Friday, December 25, 2009
Felonious Skirt “Peeper” Caught On Tape!
Tempe, AZ—Underwear might not be a bad idea for women shopping at their local Target stores in this college town.
It seems at least one man, Jason Cottis has a way with hand baskets and mirrors that got him arrested for the felony charge of, surreptitious viewing.
I’m not suggesting that this activity isn’t creepy, but is this charge constitutionally valid? The women he apparently were viewing were not in a place where there was any expatiation of privacy.
I have strongly suspected for many years that women and their clothing designers provided plunging necklines and short skirts, some even with splits or vents for the viewing pleasure of men. Should a man be arrested for looking?
Police say Cottis a serial peeper having done this numerous times in the past but always disappeared before police could respond to the calls.
I am convinced that Cottis confessed to his peeping ways because no security camera can determine exactly what his field of vision was or where his eyes were looking during the recording. Of course most men could be presumed to be watching up the skirts however our system of justice presumes innocence.