They don't know about RFC5737 for IPv4, either. Not a surprise that they ignore RFC3849.
Well if you ignore the 's' (scared to write 'c0c' on screen?) it's a 6to4 prefix for 220.127.116.11.And there appears to be a port number on the end as well..
Alternatively, if it's 5c0c written wrong, it's a prefix for 18.104.22.168. Carphone warehouse will be pleased :p
Come on - at least they tried and used a semi-convincing format... and they definitely didn't tread on a real one with that "sc0c" part...Nobody got hurt (or bothered) unlike when people's real numbers appear in TV drama (because the producers don't know (or perhaps care) about the OFCOM sterile blocks reserved for that purpose)