There is entrapment when:
The authorities provide a person with an opportunity to commit an offence without acting on a reasonable suspicion that this person is already engaged in criminal activity or pursuant to a bona fide inquiry;
although having such a reasonable suspicion or acting in the course of a bona fide inquiry, they go beyond providing an opportunity and induce the commission of an offence.
Police cannot just go out there and test the virtue of people on a random basis.
We should ask ourselves in entrapment cases, would the administration of justice be brought into disrepute?