It is understood the camera at at Meadowbank Sports Centre was revealed after one of the teenagers threw a shoe and dislodged a panel. A group of high school pupils claim they found a hidden camera in a leisure centre changing room after a PE lesson. It is understood the camera was revealed after one of the teenagers threw a shoe and dislodged a panel in the ceiling of the dual-use changing room. Police closed the area at Meadowbank Sports Centre following the discovery of the suspicious device on Wednesday. The changing room alternates between being used for males and females, and is used by members of the public attending the centre as well as school pupils. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Police in Edinburgh were made aware of a suspicious camera within the Meadowbank Sports Centre changing room.
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By Kelsey Cheng For Mailonline. Police in China are investigating after a female shopper discovered a hidden camera in a fitting room at a Uniqlo store. The customer said she noticed a black button attached to a small cable trunk on the wall above the mirror. Police in Shenzhen are investigating after a female shopper discovered a hidden camera in a Uniqlo fitting room. She found the camera stuck behind a black button above the mirror. The woman, surnamed Zhong, told local media that she was trying on clothes at the Uniqlo outlet at the Longhua ICO shopping mall in Shenzhen on Saturday when the incident happened.
'Hidden camera' discovered in changing rooms by stunned school pupils following PE lesson
Shopping can be a stressful situation considering that you have to be in a crowded place and deal with a lot of bright lights and noise. However, the truth is that you might not be alone. We are used to cameras and expect there to be hidden ones in the store in open areas. However, there is a reasonable expectation that when you will have privacy when you walk into a dressing room.
The European Investment Bank in Luxembourg has suspended an employee for allegedly installing secret cameras in the female changing rooms. The bank had initially launched disciplinary proceedings after the employee, a man in his 50s, was given a suspended three-year jail sentence in March in relation to pornographic material. The inquiry then found elements showing other potentially illegal activities by this individual on these premises.