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Bathroom Cam in Delaware Records Over 100 Women


Police have found a hidden cam in the bathroom of a local Moe’s Southwest Grill restaurant in Milltown, Delaware.  The memory chip included videos of over 100 women.  Included was a video of a small girl.  The occurrences have become more common since the Obama caliphate has insisted that it’s a man’s right to be in the women’s bathrooms.  Even though it doesn’t make it easier for a man to stick a camera under the stall, it does provide easy access to the booths, where perverts can place hidden cameras that use motion detectors to activate the camera.

The camera was discovered after a restaurant employee overheard a man talking about the camera. The camera was fastened to a garbage can and was aimed at a specific stall.  Also found was a  power source and a memory card.  Police say they are not ready to make an arrest as of yet, until they can go through all the digital evidence.  That could take a while, especially if the reviewers spend a lot of time on the best videos.

From Breitbart News:

There is no way to tell how long the camera had been there or if other cameras had been there previously.

The bathrooms in Moe’s are single use rooms with a locking door located at the back of the restaurant.

The owner of the restaurant refused to comment on the story pending an investigation by the Delaware State Police.

A spokesman for the chain acknowledged the incident, insisted that the safety of customers is a top priority, but are awaiting the results of the investigation.

The situation evokes another recent situation in The First State. Last year University of Delaware doctoral candidate Javier Mendiola-Soto, 39, was sentenced to two years in prison for hiding cameras in at least 10 bathrooms at the University of Delaware.


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