JCPenney Worker Hid Cellphone Camera In Women's Bathroom, Police Say

Marco Bartolon-Velazquez, worker at JCPenney
Marco Bartolon-Velazquez, worker at JCPenney

The introduction of cameras on cell phones has made it easy to take photos and videos nearly anywhere at any time, resulting in a slew of cases of workers accused of secretly recording others.

The latest instance involves Marco Bartolon-Velasquez, a Florida man (pictured above) who has been charged with video voyeurism after he allegedly planted a cell phone in the ceiling of a women's bathroom inside a JCPenney store in West Palm Beach, supposedly to keep track of staff.

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