Tailor Accused of Filming Ladies With Dressing Room Spy-Cam

A San Francisco tailor was arrested for filming coworkers with a digital camera disguised as a clock within the dressing room of a clothes cleaner the place all of them labored.

Andrew Hong, 31, was booked Saturday night time on suspicion of invasion of privateness. However the months-long investigation continues as San Francisco Police Division’s Particular Victims Unit asks others to come back ahead with details about the case. 

The probe kicked off on Nov. 15 when a lady got here to the Northern Station to report a hidden digital camera at a Divisadero Road clothes cleaner, officers mentioned in a information launch Wednesday. 

She instructed officers she discovered it within the dressing room and that it gave the impression to be the form of digital camera used for residence surveillance, police mentioned. Studying on-line evaluations from different feminine clients a few male worker’s harassment solely heightened her suspicion, police mentioned. 

SFPD’s Particular Victims Unit took the case and discovered that 5 different girls had already filed police stories with related allegations a few male colleague placing a clock within the dressing room and continuously adjusting the timepiece throughout fittings. All of them shared issues about being recorded every time their coworker requested them to undress for clothes alterations, in line with SFPD.

After looking Hong’s home and enterprise over the weekend, police booked Hong on six misdemeanor counts.