Atlanta – A camera found in Starbucks bathroom has prompted a Police investigation, according to a police report, a 25-year-old woman removed the camera from under a baby changing station and alerted the manager, who then notified Starbucks’ corporate office.
A Starbucks spokesperson told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “We were quite concerned to learn this and are grateful to our customers and partners who took action to involve local authorities,”
The manager of the Starbucks store gave the camera found in Starbucks bathroom to police for inspection. Authorities said they found 25 videos stored on the device, including several clips that showed numerous people using the restroom.
“We’ve learned that the device had about an hour’s worth of recorded video on it and detectives found 8 to 10 men and women videotaped while in that restroom,” one officer told Atlanta’s FOX 5. He added that the video quality was poor and no “private parts” were seen.
No suspects have yet been identified. Police say whoever is responsible for placing the camera found in Starbucks bathroom faces a charge of eavesdropping, which is a felony.
Tuesday’s discovery comes less than a week after the coffee giant faced a national backlash over two black men being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. the men were arrested for allegedly trespassing.
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