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Guesthouse owner installs two way mirrors and spy cameras to watch female lodgers

By Mason White 4:48 PM November 5, 2014
 

By: Tanya Malhotra
A man was arrested on charges of voyeurism after allegedly setting up hidden cameras to record women at his guesthouse, police in China said.

Beijing Police said that 50-year-old Lok Kung, placed an advertisement on the Internet, looking for unmarried young women to rent rooms at his guesthouse.

Kung is accused of placing two hidden cameras in each bedroom and installing a large two way mirror in the bathroom opposite the shower.

25-year-old Wen Tsou, who was staying at the guesthouse along with 5 other women, said that she found nude pictures of herself on social media sites.

Tsou became furious and immediately called the police.

When police arrived at the guesthouse, they found hundreds of images of naked women in the shower and undressing in the bedroom stored on the suspect’s computer.

Police said that the two cameras in the bedroom were able to record the women in the dark. Kung was arrested, and if convicted he faces up to five years in prison.