A viral video of a concealed camera in a fitting room at a well-known clothes store in Kuala Lumpur has raised concerns about privacy and safety. In response to a complaint made by H&M Malaysia, police are investigating the situation.
- According to Noor Dellhan Yahaya, assistant commissioner of Dang Wangi in the Malaysian capital, an 11-second video from the hidden camera was uploaded to Twitter.
- The tweet has since been deleted.
- The store’s security manager filed a report on Monday afternoon after witnessing a message about the video being shared on WhatsApp.
- Police personnel were sent to investigate but could not find the camera, believing it to have occurred at another location.
- The case has been categorized under Section 509 of the Penal Code for willfully insulting any woman’s modesty through speech, sound, gesture, or object.
- The police are conducting a thorough investigation to bring those responsible to justice.
- H&M Malaysia has filed a police report and is cooperating with the investigation.
- The safety and privacy of customers is of the utmost importance to the company.
- H&M is conducting an inspection of all fitting rooms to ensure there are no security breaches that would compromise customer privacy.
Online Sale of Videos
- It is suspected that the camera’s videos are being sold online by people claiming to have records of individuals and couples in changing rooms.
- Twitter users have expressed concern about the footage from reportedly hidden cameras in fitting rooms at the store being sold online.
- H&M Malaysia is taking the necessary steps to ensure that there are no security breaches that will compromise the privacy of their customers. It is important to respect the privacy of individuals and not to purchase or spread any illegal videos.