Secret cameras are being in hidden public bathrooms and here's how

By Stephanie Nuzzo April 19, 2017

If you see this, please contact police 

In worrying news, today we’ve learnt of a scary new trend affecting the safety of public bathrooms. According to reports from NBC, people have been discovering tiny cameras hidden in hooks on the doors of public bathrooms. The hooks, which are being used as a ploy by degenerates hoping to spy on people, look like your standard clothing hook, except for a small hole at the top, which houses the camera lens, and a hidden button that begins the recordings. 

According to private investigator Carrie Kerskie, the devices can record up to two hours of footage. 

“Then, you just take it out, pop it in the computer, and you have all your images,” she told NBC.

“It’s real simple and easy. They just walk in, hang it up, walk out, go back a few hours later and take it off.”

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office in Florida Keys shared the following warning about the current situation:

The devices are being purchased online for next to nothing and are threatening the safety of people all over the world. 

If you see a hook that matches the above description, please contact police immediately. 

Image: The Monroe County Sheriff's Office in Florida Keys