University Employee Charged With Secretly Taping Breast-Pumping Co-Worker

Employers are now required to provide female employees with a private space, other than a bathroom, to pump breast milk. And here's a good reason why: An employee at DeSales University, a private Catholic university, was topless and pumping in her office when she heard something and, looking up, spotted a small hole in a ceiling tile, and what appeared to be a camera lens, reports New York's Daily News.

Last Thursday, John Bednarik II, the director of campus environment (pictured left) for the university in Center Valley, Penn., was charged with one count of misdemeanor invasion of privacy for allegedly setting up a hidden video camera "to allow viewing and recording of (the co-worker) while partly nude, for the purpose of his own sexual arousal and gratification," court records state. Bednarik, 33, reportedly confessed to the electronic peeping during a police interview.