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A 22-year-old model used LinkedIn to track down an iPad perv who used the fruity fondleslab to film some upskirt footage of her as she visited a Los Angeles pet shop. Britannie Weaver. Pic: http://brittanieweaver.com Britannie Weaver According to the New York Daily News, San Diego native Brittanie Weaver (pictured) nipped …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Idiot

    Maybe he got dark pictures of undies (if that).

    He could have got better footage on a beach.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Idiot

      He has a fruity fondle device...Internet Pron much?

      Or is that kind of thing banned on the Steve-O-slab?

    2. James Micallef Silver badge
      Thumb Down

      Re: Idiot

      "He could have got better footage on a beach."

      He could have gotten much better footage by buying some porn with women who were, actually, you know, *consenting* to have their privates filmed. This is just creepy pervy. Calling him an idiot for taking his snaps in suboptimal conditions is missing the point by a gazillion miles

      1. Marketing Hack Silver badge
        Thumb Down

        Re: Idiot

        I guess it's the "forbidden fruit" (not an Apple pun) factor. The difference between watching concensual porn and illicitly doing the creepy stalk-and-upskirt-snap thing is the same between having sex in your bedroom with the lights off versus a little hanky panky in a public or semi-public place.

        The cops should grab this guy and make him clean up trash along about 10 miles of freeway in LA.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Low hanging fruit?

    At school in the 60s (think young female teachers mini-skirts) we simply dropped a pencil as the young teach approached. Grabbing the pencil and looking up as she went past was a boyhood rite. Mind you, the skirts were very short to begin with.

    1. Steve the Cynic

      Re: Low hanging fruit?

      "the skirts were very short to begin with"

      Upskirt pics are entirely feasible even with knee-length skirts. I was riding an escalator and got the chance to see how it is done - the guy ahead of me reached down and forward to get his phone under the skirt of the woman in front of him. Nobody would have been the wiser if he hadn't been right in front of me doing it.

      And in the context of teenaged schoolboys ogling bits of young female teachers - we had one at my secondary school, back in about 1979. She was a student teacher and she had the interesting habit of wearing low-neck sweaters. This was, of course, made more interesting by her habit of leaning forward to see what was going on, thus revealing all to anyone in front of her...

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: Low hanging fruit?

        From Red Dwarf:

        "He's the one who taught me to look up girls skirts by putting mirrors on my toecaps"

        -Dave Lister

        From Iain M. Banks:

        "They want to own the light?"

        Actually, the Banks quote is from the Culture, amazed that museums had 'No Photography' rules. New Scientist reported on a proposed system a few years back, whereby a mechanism would selectively dazzle cameras... I can't remember how it recognised them, but I think it had something to do with sensors being very absorbent of light.

    2. Eddy Ito Silver badge
      Coat

      Re: Low hanging fruit?

      Whoa, dude! If you see low hanging fruit hanging under a short skirt, you picked the wrong teacher.

      The one with mental floss in the pocket.

  3. taxman
    Facepalm

    Model?

    As title.

    Jeez, the guy must have been deperate, or needing medical attention, ...............or this is another 'publicity' effort for manakins.

    Like most folk know - it's out there for free without a risk of getting 'caught' by someone 'clocking an ID badge' and making yourself 'known on LinkedIn' with a photograph.

    Sure this isn't Friday?

  4. Shasta McNasty
    WTF?

    Watch out Sherlock!

    So, given the details of his full name on this ID badge she managed to track him down?

    We should be handing over all the unsolved crime files to this model as her powers of deduction are so astoundingly newsworthy.

    1. James Hughes 1

      Re: Watch out Sherlock!

      Well, she did better than the police....

      Perhaps they thought, hmm, might be more than one person with that name in the area, let's not bother.

      1. Shasta McNasty
        Thumb Up

        Re: Watch out Sherlock!

        She did indeed do better than the police which in itself is worrying as they would have started with his name, CCTV footage and several eyewitnesses.

        I wasn't belittling the fact she found him when the police clearly couldn't be arsed, only the fact that the minimal effort required was deemed newsworthy.

        Unless all of this is a cunning publicity stunt to drive up the model's profile?

        And for some reason, her website lists more detail specifications about her than I see in most server specs...

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          "a cunning publicity stunt"

          A cunning publicity stunt after a bloke took pics of her stunning, erm, nah never mind.

        2. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          Re: Watch out Sherlock!

          Cunning stunt or stunning cunt?

          Thats your spoonerism for today.

          1. Martin
            Thumb Down

            Re: Spoonerism...

            You're being downvoted by me for assuming I have the intelligence of a peanut and need these things spelt out.

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              1. Crisp Silver badge
                Go

                Re: Spoonerism...

                I'm upvoting you for upvoting him for downvoting him. And I've downvoted him, and upvoted him.

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                  1. Anonymous Coward
                    Anonymous Coward

                    Re: Spoonerism...

                    It always amazes me when someone feels the need to explain what should be obvious and initially I was inclined to believe that this was another case. However given the interogation mark I gave the write the benefit of the doubt and read it in a different way. Maybe he/she was asking, "Is this the best you can come up with?" After all the spoonerism was begging to be made and didn't involve any originality.

                    1. pepper

                      Re: Spoonerism...

                      And I refrained from voting on the count of 'woefully confused'!

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  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Only in America

    A pet shop worker with a LinkedIn profile

    1. Shasta McNasty
      FAIL

      Re: Only in America

      I'm pretty sure he didn't work in the pet shop. Even the most incompetent of police would have been able to track him down if he did.

      1. Why Not?

        Re: Only in America

        You sure they could track him down?

  6. David Webb
    Coat

    so it encourages other men to go ahead and get away with this with a slap on the hand

    Was that pun intended? I'm sure he slapped quite a lot with his hand afterwards....

  7. John Deeb
    Boffin

    weird pet shop

    Looking at the photo, isn't it weird that at both sides of the desk the personnel is crouching down or leaning over? Maybe they were all looking for escaped flees from a broken circus. Is the guy sitting down not staring at the bottoms of his colleague a bit too eagerly? Just saying, this shop is full of perverts. Only a firm Playmobil re-enactment might solve the crime.

    1. Robin

      Re: weird pet shop

      "Looking at the photo, isn't it weird that at both sides of the desk the personnel is crouching down or leaning over?"

      I thought that too. It took a while to actually work out what's going on.

      Ain't like no pet shop I ever saw! Can't see that many pets for starters.

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: weird pet shop

        Thinking of perves and pet-shops, it's been a long time since I watched Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo, though the sentiments in the movie are sweeter and more respectful than the title suggests.

        Every time the 'hero' goes to the aquarium shop, he asks the woman behind the counter for some sea snails from the bottom of the tank, a procedure that invariably soaks her blouse.

        Hmm, I see it's been slated on Rotten Tomatoes... oh well, I found it funny when I was a student.

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: weird pet shop

      Behind the counter, one person appears to be sitting on a low stool while the other crouches to reach into a cupboard for something.

      Presumably he took the opportunity of the other person crouching to take a snap without them seeing him.

  8. JMB

    He seems a very incompetent voyeur, wearing an ID badge and an iPad is hardly the most discrete devices to use!

    1. LaeMing Silver badge
      FAIL

      no worse than the numpties

      who robbed a bank in their lunch break - leaving their work ID tags on.

  9. Efros
    Paris Hilton

    Looking at her portfolio (ooerr missus) I'd say she was probably concerned that any unphotoshopped shots of her nether regions ever made it on to the wibbly wobbly web.

    Paris for very obvious and much snapped reasons.

    1. sabba
      Coffee/keyboard

      If she can be recognised from blurred shots of her nether regions...

      ...then she's probably doing the wrong kind of modelling.

      Saying that: I am surprised she didn't just give the idiot a slap and be done with it. It seems a pretty sad way to spend your free time; guess the risk of being caught is probably his main motivation.

    2. Steve Evans

      "The model lamented the lack of big stick under local law for snapping people's privates."

      In that case she might want to consider wearing some knickers.

  10. HFoster
    Flame

    Gotta love techies

    Completely ignoring the abuse/exploitation of women's bodies angle to discuss the inadequacies of the perp's "skills" as a voyeur.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Gotta love techies

      While he was violating her privacy, it is not really abuse or even exploitation...

      I wonder, IF someone films you in secret, and you NEVER find out about it? does it actually harm you in any way? (I am not disputing the right to privacy when you have the expectation of privacy, i.e. in your own bedroom, in a bathroom etc...)

      But Think about the number of times you've been filmed by CCTV... I am sure that at some time you did something embarrassing... do you feel violated then?

      1. No, I will not fix your computer
        Flame

        Re: Gotta love techies

        What if your burger had horse meat in it instead of beef, and you never knew?

        What if your McFlurry had 5cc's of McJizzy, and you didn't notice?

        What if someone stole £10 from your bank account, but you didn't miss it?

        Do these cease to be crimes just because you didn't know? I suppose not knowing you're a victim might make it better as you don't have something to cope with, but this doesn't stop it being a crime, even if you don't understand this, she did know - she caught him in the act, and he was very obviously stalking her, she was abused and exploited.

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Stop

          Re: Gotta love techies

          > What if your burger had horse meat in it instead of beef, and you never knew?

          There is a subtle difference here.

          The harm done to the victim is ostensibly embarrassment.

          If you don't know that the photo was taken, then the harm is not inflicted.

          If, on the other hand, this guy posted the pictures on the Internet and identified the victim, then there is a case to be made again of embarassment, possibly defamation etc.

          Just because you don't like something doesn't necessarily mean that there should be a law against it.

      2. HFoster

        Re: Gotta love techies

        CCTV isn't purposed specifically for sexual exploitation. Upskirt videos are purposed as pornography, and produced without permission of the subject. I don't see how you're making this logical disconnect.

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Stop

          Re: Gotta love techies

          > Upskirt videos are purposed as pornography, and produced without permission of the subject.

          Pornography is not illegal as far as I know, so this is largely irrelevent.

          Photography of people in public places, apart from some exceptions, is also perfectly legal.

          I'm not saying that what this guy was right or moral, but you have to make a distinction between what should be illegal because it causes real tangible harm, and that which you personally don't like.

          You could argue that because you don't like something, it should therefore be illegal, but that is a difficult line to walk.

          It's a difficult one. Using "intent" as a decider for whether or not something should be illegal is very dangerous ground indeed, particularly because it is so hard to define.

          If someone was "turned on" sexually by a crowd scene, does that make it illegal from them photographing crowds in the street? How about someone that is into bestiality? Are farm scenes out for them also?

          How about a more down-to-earth example? Beach photos of semi-naked individuals. Well aparently that would be OK as long as you were taking promo photos for a magazine, but not for jerking off to at home.

          1. Anonymous Coward
            Anonymous Coward

            Re: Gotta love techies @skelband

            >Photography of people in public places, apart from some exceptions, is also perfectly legal.

            That is quite true however I think you'll find that voyeuristic upskirt shots are illegal. If a woman were to sit on a bench with legs spread for all to see then you could argue that there was no invasion of privacy as the female had put her parts on public display. Taking sneaky upskirt shots are not afforded the same interpretation. Up someone's skirt is not the same as out in public

            One of the points taken into consideration is the purpose for which the snaps were taken so let's get back to perfectly legal. It is perfectly legal to take photographs of fully clothed children playing in a public park unless the purpose of taking those snaps is for sexual gratification. It might be difficult to prove in the case of the playground photographer that the reason was such but in the case of upskirt/downblouse shots there is no doubt.

            @No, I will not fix your computer

            >she caught him in the act, and he was very obviously stalking her, she was abused and exploited.

            She was allegedly abused there is no evidence of her being exploited, eg the photos being sold or published, so dim your flame.

    2. Tequila Joe
      Big Brother

      Re: Gotta love techies

      Completely ignoring the abuse/exploitation of women's bodies angle to discuss the inadequacies of the perp's "skills" as a voyeur.

      What really makes that aspect so appealing is the irony that there was probably a trained monkey in that store that could have done a 'better' job.

  11. sabba
    WTF?

    I am impressed...

    ...I have never managed to even take a photo of a whiteboard with my iPad without (a) nearly dropping it, (b) getting a totally blurred or dark image, or (c) accidentally swapping to some other app at the last second. This guy must put in the hours practising that 'edge' grip. Hats off to him.

  12. Version 1.0 Silver badge
    Happy

    There's a simple solution to this problem

    This is why I always wear underwear ...

    But I do wonder if she wouldn't have been better off to grab a few ping-pong balls and shot him. The Adventures of Britannie, Queen of the Petshop

  13. ISYS
    Coat

    Nice Puppies!

  14. android
    Headmaster

    nit picking?

    publicity?

    plus a nit picking issue that warrants a comment...

    150% ...no no no

    1. Robin
      Happy

      Re: nit picking?

      "150% ...no no no"

      There's 'beyond reasonable doubt' and there's pushing it well beyond!

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Boffin

        Re: nit picking?

        Let alone the fact that only true cretins actually believe that it is possible to attain ANYTHING over 100%.

        1. Pat Att
          Happy

          Re: nit picking?

          That's your 110% pay rise cancelled then.

          1. Oor Nonny-Muss
            Boffin

            Re: nit picking?

            And bad news for Wonga.com - they'll have to dip out on 4114% of their usual 4214% APR

  15. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Why couldn't the police track this guy down if she had his full name from his ID? I assume she got this and maybe the company name of where he worked from the ID too.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      The article does not say she had his full name.

      The ID badge might have only had his first name on it, not his full name. This is not uncommon when an ID badge is to identify you to the public rather than some internal building security.

      I'm guessing, from the fact she used LinkedIn to find him that she used his first name and the company he worked for to narrow down the subjects. If she had his full name then she would probably have used Facebook/Twitter to track him down.

  16. John H Woods

    Advice from the Romans

    SEMPER UBI SUB UBI

  17. g e

    Not that I'm suggesting she wanted the publicity

    But she got it anyway

  18. Richard Wharram

    iPad?

    Didn't the idiot have a phone?

  19. Graham Marsden

    If he had done this in England...

    ... he could have been facing jail time...

    Sexual Offences Act 2003 - Paragraph 67

    (5) A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable—

    (a)on summary conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or a fine not exceeding the statutory maximum or both;

    (b)on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years

    http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2003/42/section/67

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: If he had done this in England...

      Interesting read!

      Quite a good set of laws those, for once the uk gov has got the wording right!!!

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: If he had done this in England...

      I spent 6 months in prison (attacked in a bar, defended myself too strenuously according to the law). At one point there was young lad on the same wing as me. It turned out he was inside for putting a mirror on the frame of a shopping trolley and wheeling it around the supermarket to look up ladies skirts. When the regular lags discovered this they beat him to a pulp and he had to be moved to the protection wing.

  20. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    That's nothing...

    I wear shoes that a size too big and have put camera in the toes. They absolutely work a treat, although the ring of LED's sort of give the game away.

  21. Phil 54
    Thumb Up

    I'm looking forward to the second Reg article tagged with "cavalier king charles spaniel"!

    Am I the only one who clicked the tag just to see?

    1. Lester Haines (Written by Reg staff) Gold badge

      It could take a while, but I am entirely dedicated to tracking down further cavalier king charles spaniel material.

      1. I ain't Spartacus Gold badge
        Happy

        Hooray for our heroic hacks! Undaunted by even the toughest of challenges - they will seek the news without fear or favour.

      2. LinkOfHyrule
        Happy

        Make and model lol

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        1. Lester Haines (Written by Reg staff) Gold badge

          Re: " dedicated to tracking down further cavalier king charles spaniel material."

          I was thinking more of the naked bloke from Ohio on crystal meth liaison with cavalier king charles spaniel type material. It's only a matter of time...

        2. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          Re: " dedicated to tracking down further cavalier king charles spaniel material."

          Poor little things have flattened faces

          Wasn't that the case with pekinese dogs? I've always wondered if giving them a deep food bowl would be deemed cruel (unless they have really long tongues to compensate, which conjures images related to this story, but not of a nature I'm willing to explore right now).

          1. Anonymous Coward
            Anonymous Coward

            Re: " dedicated to tracking down further cavalier king charles spaniel material."

            The adventures of a cavalier King Charles spaniel sound more exciting than the life and times of a cautious King Charles spaniel, so yeah, go for it.

            Ah sod it... "Samantha has been assisting academics who are researching impediments to the promotion of women in the workplace. The researchers want no payment for their time; for them it is reward enough to see her crack up through the glass ceiling"

            1. Anonymous Coward
              Anonymous Coward

              Re: " dedicated to tracking down further cavalier king charles spaniel material."

              >The adventures of a cavalier King Charles spaniel sound more exciting than the life and times of a cautious King Charles spaniel

              I think you'll find the opposite of a cavalier king charles spaniel is a roundheaded parliamentarian spaniel which would fit a description of John Prescott if only he didn't look like a wrinkled bulldog.

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    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Real Pervs use a Surface

      Actually, the best device for the job would appear to be a Nokia 808 Pureview, but it doesn't run Windows Phone.

  24. Jason Bloomberg Silver badge

    Just wondering...

    Is there any actual evidence the events alleged took place?

    It looks odd that the chap is crouching down, but it looks pretty odd what the desk staff are doing too. Are they all looking for something dropped?

    1. Paul Hovnanian Silver badge
      Holmes

      Re: Just wondering...

      "but it looks pretty odd what the desk staff are doing too"

      It appears that they are crouching down to pet a dog. Not so odd in a pet shop.

  25. Kubla Cant Silver badge
    Headmaster

    Her Mutt

    her mutt (a "Cavalier King Charles Spaniel"...)

    As far as I know, "mutt" is the American equivalent of "mongrel", which it can't have been if it was a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

    Journalists on the British side of the Atlantic seem increasingly to regard "mutt" as a humorous word for "dog". Even if I'm wrong about the word's true meaning, the forced jocularity is utterly toe-curling. The same is true of "pooch".

    1. Lester Haines (Written by Reg staff) Gold badge

      Re: Her Mutt

      Apparently, mutt is short for "muttonhead", a term which might effectively be applied to those who whine about English usage on El Reg forums when they'd be better off spending their time uncurling their toes in silence.

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    2. Neil Lewis

      Re: Her Mutt

      Journalists regularly use demeaning and/or insulting language to describe almost any profession (apart from journalism, of course) in an attempt to be funny.

      1. Jediben
        Joke

        Re: Her Mutt

        Any pictures of said mutt? Not to be confused with her growler of course...

    3. Anthony Hegedus Silver badge
      Coat

      Re: Her Mutt

      I think "mutt" in this case is a term used in satire by journalists to indicate "we all know full well than a King Charles Vauxhall Cavalier Spaniel is probably some kind of 'pure bred' as opposed to 'affordable' dog, but back in the real world, it's just a bloody dog"

  26. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Seriously?

    LAPD didn't give a shit? No way...

    Some of you are fucking evil human beings. Don't any of you have wives or daughters?

    There's a reason why some techies die virgins, you scumbags.

    1. Combustable Lemon
      FAIL

      Re: Seriously?

      Yes because posting anonymously on an internet forum to aggressively insult a reasonably wide range of people with vulgar language based on your own personal opinion is the mark of a truly remarkable individual whose lofty heights of morality we should all aspire too.

      Wait a moment, I’m sure I have a tiny violin in here somewhere to quell your pseudo-rage.

      I have no vested interest in this either way, I just can't resist the opportunity to mock such a stupidly pointless post.

    2. ukgnome
      Trollface

      Re: Seriously? OK I'll bite

      Obviously you're new here, so let me begin by greeting you "Borag Thungg, Earthlet"

      You see, some of are not even human and quite possibly may already sell upskirts of our wives, not daughters though, as techies we hardly procreate as it's not the same as in the movies. Of course by movies I actually mean whichever tube we are watching. As for scumbags, we are hardly on par with Jabba the Hutt - speaking of Jabba, how's your momma?

      Since the dawn of civilisation men have been trying to look at the lady garden - it's not big and it's not clever (no not your momma, actually that's factually incorrect) and is defiantly a bit creepy (yes, your momma again) Essentially the way in which you express your opinion is the same as trying to take a creep shot with an ipad. Retarded, but fun to take the piss out of (again - your momma ) - except the piss part LOL

  27. Jim 59

    What a nerve

    This guy had the audacity to crouch down and take obvious rude pictures, but not the nerve to just say "Hi" instead. Alas.

  28. Juan Inamillion
    Joke

    Pictures...

    ...or it didn't .... Oh wait....

  29. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    " officers reckoned they probably wouldn't be able to track down the perp, so Weaver set about identifying him online."

    The shop had the bloody CCTV for flip's sake!

  30. Bob 18

    Two thoughts:

    1. I never let anyone pet my dog, for any reason.

    2. I would've knocked his iPad out of his hands, hopefully breaking the glass. Then I would've told him to get lost (without his iPad, of course).

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Then I would've told him to get lost

      Presumably using apple maps

  31. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    He was just checking her undercarriage for fleas, else why have a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?

  32. Matt Bryant Silver badge
    Boffin

    Hmmmm, "expectation of privacy".....

    As I understand it, and IANAL, the law (Video Voyeurism Prevention Act, 2004) says she should have an expectation of privacy in the lines of she should not expect someone to be filming/photoing her privates when she has not dressed to reveal them. Ok, seems the guy is pretty much toast, except she needs to prove he was taking her pic at the time.

    Without the proof of the crime all she has is her word against his. The CCTV still just seems to show him crouched down, he could be taking a picture of her dog rather than her muffin for all the still shows, if he even is taking a pic. On the other hand, he has plenty of ammo for a libel case if the cops don't find the pic, and if he does get charged and sent to court his lawyer's first question to her will probably be "So, Miss Weaver, as a model have you ever posed nude or for lingerie shoots?" The portfolio on her website has plenty of partially dressed, underwear and swimwear shots. "So, Miss Weaver, you're quite used to the idea of making money from your body, so now you've decided to make some by tarring my client's reputation?" Doesn't matter if her lawyer moves to strike, the jury is left with the idea this woman would be quite happy to sell pics of her privates and probably has already. Next question "Does your career need a boost, and did you think that groundlessly accusing my client of this shocking crime was a good way to get some publicity?".... He may be a perv, but unless he literally gets caught with the smoking camera it would be very hard to prove, and I suspect Miss Weaver would get a lot more sympathy if she wasn't a model.

  33. JMB

    There is a second CCTV still image of him at work.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/model-tracks-creep-upskirt-pic-article-1.1293080

    and also the video from the CCTV

    http://belgium-iphone.lesoir.be/2013/03/20/il-utilise-son-ipad-pour-filmer-sous-la-jupe-dun-mannequin/

  34. Tony Haines
    Alert

    "The model lamented the lack of big stick under local law for snapping people's privates."

    Am I alone in thinking that's a little bit harsh?

  35. Gil Grissum
    Thumb Down

    "IDIOT"

    Like someone else said- This idiot can find upskirt porn online for free without risking being knocked over the head with a brick weighted purse by an offended victim of his pervertiveness. And with an iPad? Really? Yes, I'd say he's an IDIOT. A perverted idiot, at that. Should be abundantly clear to a woman that a man with an iPad in view following her around, is trying to get point of view pictures of a perverted nature.

  36. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge
    Coat

    That reminds me to delete my LinkedIn Profile

    Oh silly, I don't have one

    Coat, with nothing on underneath like all old time flashers. Better than that excuse for a flash they put on most devices these days

    (only joking)

  37. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Iphone shenanigans

    Yesterday during a support call with a young lady I gave up trying to explain to her how to plug in a new server we'd sent them. So I asked if she had an iphone, and suggested we have a facetime call so I could explain to her what she was looking at. Brilliant idea, saved loads of time. But totally unexpectedly, when she was getting down and dirty on the floor trying to plug the network cable into the back of it, she placed the iphone on the floor pointing straight down her cleavage, much to the amusement of us in the office. She had no idea she'd done that. No, she wasn't able to place the iDevice in a way such that it pointed up her skirt and no, I i didn't ask.

    The server is quite nice. An HP Microserver with 2 x 1000Gb Hard disks and running SME server, a linux distro aimed at small offices with file sharing and email requirements. This OS tends to have a better fit for smaller businesses we service, where they need reliability, low maintenance and low cost more than the microsoft solution (pretty much the opposite). This particular server is only going to be used as an online backup at a different site, using rsync from their main file server. Despite being small, this little server even has ILO support.

  38. Inachu
    Devil

    Sadly in my area

    One person with mental issues was at this library and he was addicted to Gillian anderson and while looking at rated G pictures he would start drooling non stop for her and the librarians refused to kick him out after printing 100 pictures of the actress.

    It is people like these who have no impulse control. Chemical castration should be in order for them.

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