Hidden Cameras Found in Idaho Public Restroom
According to KTVB, guests at a park in New Meadows realized that the exit signs in the public restrooms at the local park looked a bit strange. Just below the X in the slight was a small hole drilled through the plastic. Behind it? A small video camera.
New Meadows Mayor says the cameras are there to help track down anyone who's been vandalizing the restrooms. If there are no incidents of vandalism, the footage goes un-reviewed. The Mayor tells KTVB that they are focused on common areas and sinks and do not violate the privacy of people using the stalls.
The cameras aren't new. They've actually been there for ten years, but city council will meet next week to discuss how to make them more visible.