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Staying one step ahead of S Korea's hi-tech peeping Toms

Molka crimes are daily news, and perpetrators cover a broad social range
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 05:50
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Members of a "hidden camera-hunting" squad using hand-held detectors to find secret cameras installed by voyeurs in and around a women's bathroom stall at a museum in Seoul.
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Members of a "hidden camera-hunting" squad using hand-held detectors to find secret cameras installed by voyeurs in and around a women's bathroom stall at a museum in Seoul.
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Members of a "hidden camera-hunting" squad using hand-held detectors to find secret cameras installed by voyeurs in and around a women's bathroom stall at a museum in Seoul.

Seoul

WALKING into an empty women's bathroom stall, Park Kwang-Mi waves a hand-held detector around the toilet seat, paper roll holder, doorknob and even the ventilation grill on the ceiling.

"It's my job to make sure there's no camera to film women while they relieve themselves,"