A member of Seoul 'hidden camera-hunting squad' waves a hand-held detector around the toilet seat of a women's bathroom stall
in search of hidden camera at a museum in the South Korean capital in August. | AFP-JIJI
Walking into an empty women’s bathroom stall, Park Kwang-mi waves a hand-held detector around the toilet seat, paper roll holder, doorknob and even the ventilation grill on the ceiling.
“It’s my job to make sure there’s no camera to film women while they relieve themselves,” the 49-year-old said after similarly inspecting dozens of public toilet stalls at a museum in Seoul.
“It’s weird that there are people who want to see something like that … but this is necessary to help women feel safe,” she said.
A member of Seoul city’s all-female “hidden camera-hunting” squad, Park is at the forefront of a battle against molka, or secret camera porn.
( Collapse )Anybody already paranoid going to the public restrooms as it is?
Source: Japan Times