posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:47 AM
video voyeurism is a misdemeanor offense in most states. If they charge him per victim, it is then 45 M's. could lead to a year or so in the
This is just the high tech peeping tom...nothing new about that. I personally would rather peep in a tanning booth frankly than a toilet if I was
going to do that, but whatever.
I don't mean to minimize it of course, it would probably anger a number of people to be spied on, I think however this should be a civil case, having
to pay the victim say, 1000 bucks a pop (nothing like a 45k fine for watching some randoms drop their pants to teach you a valueable lesson).
I doubt he was trying to target children, else it would have been in a toys r us bathroom verses a starbucks...they toss that in for a shock value
Why do people peep...I think its some strange instinct to see into the private lives of others. I know it can become addicting to the peepers, and
breaking the habit can be like breaking any other addiction. There is some psychological issues going on here, but then again, what in life doesn't
stem from psychological issues.
Incidently, you often find peeping toms have a tendency to become flashers also...some sort of voyeur/excibitionist relation going on.