Blue Light Special: Video Voyeur Busted in Kmart

From the Miami Herald:
Jon Fletcher went to the Kmart on Wednesday, but not to buy Christmas presents.

Police say the Davie man surreptitiously pointed his video camera up women’s skirts and shot video while they shopped.

Fletcher, 31, hid the camera in a baseball cap.

”He fashioned the cap to act like a cradle for the camera,” said Lt. Bill Bamford, a Davie police spokesman.

Bamford said the women didn’t notice.

”They were just going through the racks, looking at clothes,” he said. “If they happened to kick something, they thought it was just a baseball cap.”

Oddly enough, Fletcher was caught with store surveillance cameras. This is why we wear pants to Kmart. —MEGHANN MARCO

Blue light special: Cops bust alleged Kmart voyeur [Miami Herald]

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  1. homerjay says:

    Oh jeez, He’s got YOU using the ‘royal we’ now, Meghan?
    Resist! Resist!!

  2. aestheticity says:

    I’m having difficulty imagining the mechanics described. How does he hide the camera in a cap to shoot up dresses, how do the women NOT NOTICE, even after kicking it, and if they don’t notice when he’s right there, how do security cameras notice.

  3. rwest says:

    Please don’t tell me I’m the only one that thinks this guy looks like T-Bag from Fox’s Prison Break.
    T-Bag
    Image Source: Fox.com

  4. ElizabethD says:

    Who wears dresses to shop at K-Mart, anyway?

  5. DaveB says:

    Who shops at Kmart?

  6. eliasg says:

    He got caught because he’s a moron… a baseball cap?

  7. Myron says:

    His mother must be so proud.

  8. etinterrapax says:

    What an odd and juvenile hobby. You can see more than this in a Victoria’s Secret catalogue. Heck, in a Sears catalogue!

  9. Musician78 says:

    I tried that with my video camera. It didn’t work very well because my camera was made in 1985 and is too bulky and honkin to be discreet with. I mean, this this thing had the reels on it and everything.

  10. Meg Marco says:

    Ben loves the royal we. What can I say?