Chipotle employee fired after disturbing act in the women's bathroom

A Chipotle employee allegedly installed a hidden camera in the women's restroom of a Texas restaurant where he worked as an assistant manager.

According to KTRK, 18-year-old Joanny Castillo was arrested after an employee discovered a hidden camera in the restroom.

Missouri City Police said it had been in place for less than one week. Castillo confessed to putting the camera in the bathroom and was fired on the spot.

Chipotle's Executive Director for Security Tim Spong released a statement about the incident:

We were shocked and appalled to learn of these allegations. Nothing is more important than providing a safe environment for our customers and employees, and we have a zero tolerance policy for employee actions that compromise the safety or well-being of customers or other employees. We will continue to work with police throughout this investigation and throughout the prosecution of the individual involved.

Castillo has been charged with invasive visual recording and could face up to two years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.

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