Wow, the outpouring of support for Planned Parenthood continues. The Jeffrey Epstein saga became a news cycle unto itself, generating an utterly voluminous torrent of coverage. Now, here comes the inevitable boomlet in big-ticket Epstein productions with Hollywood clout.
Magistrates have told Berger, who was spotted stalking the aisles, that he could be jailed for his offences. The man turned the tables and took pictures of Berger committing the offences and notified store security who found him in the cafe admiring his handiwork on a laptop. He pleaded guilty to a charge that between February 13, and July 3, at Yeovil and elsewhere in various public places he committed acts outraging public decency by behaving in an indecent manner, namely that he filmed up the skirts of females without their knowledge or consent.
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Please refresh the page and retry. But the recently released SS16 campaign has been accused of glamorising sexual harassment. By normalising and glamorising this sexual harassment, Calvin Klein is sending a message that the experiences of real-life victims don't matter, and that it is okay for men to treat the woman standing next to them on the metro as available pornography whenever they so choose.
A worker at the University of Texas M. Anderson Cancer Center has been assembling quite the creepy video collection, according to the police who recently accused year-old Jevon Gunn of secretly making "upskirt" recordings of various women in and around the hospital parking garage. An employee at the cancer center told UT law enforcement that, on Oct.
The ctv news app: Canada's most trusted news. BOSTON -- A man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway did not violate state law because the women were not nude or partially nude, Massachusetts' highest court ruled Wednesday. The Supreme Judicial Court overruled a lower court that had upheld charges against Michael Robertson, who was arrested in August by transit police who set up a sting after getting reports that he was using his cellphone to take photos and video up female riders' skirts and dresses.
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