Quite often, parents have to set up rules for their children when it comes to technology. It's generally believed that allowing too much screen time can be detrimental to children's growth and development, so parents set limits on how much time kids are allowed to spend in front of their television or devices. One young boy who's not allowed to watch TV at certain times was clearly not too happy with the rules his father set for him. The dad must have suspected that his son wasn't following those rules. Knowing that he couldn't keep an eye on him at all times, he decided to set up a secret camera in the living room to potentially catch his son in the act.
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Dad Sets Up Secret Camera To Spy On Son | d3js.info
Wowzers this handsome chap is looking super sexy in all black. With his headphones on and clearly zoned into his phone he really does appear to be unaware of the pleasure he is bringing to his fellow passengers. What a wonderful pair of leather shoes this cute guy has, and my how big they are! Water Bottle to be carrying around with him! Well its half full or empty depending on the kind of person you are so at least hes keeping hydrated!
Hidden Camera Found in School's Boys Bathroom
A Missouri high school teacher pleaded guilty Monday to producing child pornography after he secretly filmed three teenage boys using the bathroom in his home. William Derek Williams of Cameron admitted he used a hidden camera designed to look like a cellphone charger to film the teens over a five-year period. The boys were unknowingly recorded using the toilet, showering, and masturbating in the basement bathroom of Williams' home. Each stayed there at different points between January to September
Unauthorized videotapes of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of naked male athletes in the locker rooms of more than 50 universities are being produced, sold and distributed on sexually oriented sites on the World Wide Web, according to a lawyer representing of the men who were taped. Without their knowledge, the athletes were videotaped at urinals, at showers or weighing in unclothed at competitions. No camera was ever in open view, the students said. The tapes were made by employees or students working for video companies. Posing as athletic trainers, they were able to slip into the locker rooms carrying hidden cameras in gym bags.