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Bangkok department store says they have removed “peeping tom camera”

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A department store in Bangkok have removed a surveillance camera after it was claimed online that it could be used to peer into a ladies’ changing room.

Bangkok department store says they have removedComment was rife after “Red Skull Phatthalung” posted a picture of the camera high up in the rafters at the store in Bang Phlat district.

Amarin TV got involved and went to the store where a manager said the camera had now been removed after the furor.

But the store said that the position of the camera meant that it could not film in the dressing room.

It was there to keep an eye on cashiers outside the dressing room.

However a shopper – named as Kanika – dismissed that saying it was high up and could really see into the dressing room. She said that she would not be going back to the store to buy clothes again.

As is usual in Thailand the store was not named in the Sanook story.

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