I don't know what this world is coming to," said Lizzy Allison, a frequent Starbucks customer. Allison is just one of several customers outraged about a hidden surveillance device at the Starbucks in Moore, located at S. While they were using the restroom, they noticed something weird, went and looked at it, found the camera and took it to an employee," said Jeremy Lewis, with the Moore Police Department. Investigators say a small, motion-activated camera was hidden under a sink and was positioned to shoot toward the toilet in one of the shop's two restrooms. It's an open, public restroom and unfortunately, some sick person decided to violate it," said Lewis. They issued the following statement. As a part of regular store operations, we monitor seating areas and restrooms on a regular basis to identify potential safety or security concerns. We are so grateful to the customers and partners who took action and alerted local authorities.
Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. Newsom, health officials provide update on coronavirus. It was the second hidden camera found at that location in as many weeks. Police do not have any leads on suspects. In the past two months alone, there have been dozens of cases of tiny cameras hidden in public restrooms. At an arcade, a church, a mall, a restaurant, a gym, a hospital, a rental unit and rest stops
Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. A man faces multiple charges of voyeurism after a hidden camera was discovered in the restroom of a Phoenix dental office. According to court documents, year-old Innocent Bradley was arrested almost two weeks after a camera was found hidden in a pipe sleeve under a sink in the restroom. The camera was facing the toilet located directly next to the sink, police said. The office manager at the dental office told police Bradley became a patient at the office in October of
In hidden corners across South Korea, tiny cameras are surreptitiously recording thousands of women when they are at their most vulnerable. In Seoul, the capital, the proliferation of such hidden cameras — and the images they record, which often end up on pornographic websites — has often been described by reporters as an epidemic. The city announced a crackdown on Sunday, increasing the number of municipal employees assigned to search public bathrooms for hidden cameras to 8, in October from the 50 currently at work. The city has promised to inspect every one of its 20, public restrooms daily, an enormous undertaking that underscores the scope of the problem. More than 30, cases of surreptitious filming have been reported nationally since , according to police statistics.