A Los Angeles man was sentenced to five years in jail for videotaping women in a public bathroom at Venice Beach.
Aurelia Torrestamayo, 25, must also register as a sex offender after serving his sentence.
He was arrested last Nov. 20 after a woman told police she thought she saw a camera lens wrapped in a plastic bag pointing at her from a neighboring bathroom stall. He was sentenced on Tuesday.
Officers found Torrestamayo sitting on a toilet wearing women's shoes with a camera hidden in a bag, said city attorney's office spokesman Frank Mateljan. They also found a videotape that showed 45 people, including women and children, urinating and changing clothes.
A jury found Torrestamayo guilty of 52 misdemeanor counts, including invasion of privacy by means of an instrument, using a concealed video camera to tape another person without their consent and entering a restroom designed for the other sex, reports the AP.
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