Hidden camera discovered in Starbucks bathroom
FOX NEWS - Michigan police are looking for a suspect who hid a Wi-Fi camera inside a women’s bathroom at a Starbucks.
The small camera, which is a little larger than a standard ball-point pen, was discovered on the underside on the toilet lid by Starbucks staff over the weekend, the Allen Park Police Department wrote in a post on Facebook
Last year, a similar incident occurred at a Starbucks in Georgia. According to a police report, a woman discovered a camera taped under a baby changing station inside the women’s bathroom. When it was found, the device reportedly had 25 videos stored on the camera, including several of people using the restroom. (Alexandra Deabler, Fox News, June 2019 - https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/hidden-camera-starbucks-bathroom)
A similar incident occurred recently in a Costa Coffee shop in the UK. All companies take the safety and privacy of their staff and customers very seriously and more often than not, respond quickly and effectively.
There have been scores of incidents of this nature in a range of industries across the globe. Are preventative measures now the best way forward?