Last Thursday Faisalabad police registered a case against a well-known clothing brand’s outlet for allegedly installing hidden camcorders inside women’s changing rooms. The storeroom is located in at ChenOne Road in Faisalabad. Police already arrested the Suspects.
— PakiXah (@PakiXah) February 7, 2018
Hidden Cameras Caught In Famous Clothing Store
These hidden cameras were discovered by the Nouman Zaffer Law student. Who visited the outlet with his sister and When Noman’s sister went to changing room she found the cameras concealed in several locations within the room. And they collect the evidence they record the video or pictures on their cell phones. Unsurprisingly, the staff at that outlet – after discovering that their gig was up – tried to confiscate their cell phones to get rid of the evidence.
Shockingly, as per the customer’s accounts, the staff even threatened to post their changing room videos over on social media. & Noman posted these video and pictures on social media and they went viral on social media.
Here’s People Reaction To Famous Clothing brands Hidden Camera case
— Mansoor Murad (@muradmansoor) February 9, 2018
Women are not safe anywhere in this country. Don’t even trust a fucking try-room here because some pervert will be making videos of your mothers, sisters, daughters, wives, girlfriends change.
Levi’s store in Faislabad hid cameras in the ladies changing room. Slow Clap. pic.twitter.com/xs9063i8cU
— N (@Beatrice4Dante) February 8, 2018
Any fitting room which is not empty and has boxes stacked inside surely has hidden cameras installed Personally seen try room of brand stores in #Pakistan like #JDOT @LEVIS @ChenOnePakistan @AmirAdnanDesign @GulAhmedIdeas full of inventory increasing probability of hidden cameras https://t.co/xVRxxB0oS1
— Asad Qureshi (@QureshiAsadAli) February 8, 2018
Shame on Levi’s
Faisalabad outlet and its Management
They Caught Red handed with Hidden Cam in Female Changing Room#shameLevis
— Hocane (@MouBasherHassan) February 8, 2018
— Shoaib Mirza (@iShoaibMirza) February 8, 2018
Police arrest two suspect Rizwan & Fayyaz. The suspect tried to get the customer’s mobile fone to delete the evidence but they failed. According to the reports, the cameras were installed without the management’s consent. But due to their negligence and ineffective control, four people – including the owner of the outlet, the manager, and the two suspected employees have been booked under the Pakistan Penal Code. Police didn’t disclose the name of the owner.
After interrogation, the suspects uncovered that they began taping the changing rooms around three days back before getting captured. They said that they just figured out how to record three recordings however erased them a short time later.