Hidden cameras found in Sukkur beauty parlour
SUKKUR: Local police on Monday arrested the owner of a beauty parlour for secretly filming women through hidden cameras installed in the parlour’s restroom, ARY News reported.
ARY News broke the story on Sunday night about the presence of secret cameras in the restroom and washroom of a beauty parlour named Sonia’s Salon located on Sukkur city’s Mission Road prompting the Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah to take notice and demand arrest of culprits.
The police have arrested the prime suspect in the case, the owner of the parlour named Kamran, and have recovered evidence linked to filming at least 80 women.
Police say the owner of the beauty parlour not only filmed women but used the videos to blackmail them for sexual favours and money.
The law enforcement agency reportedly recovered CCTV cameras and WiFi cameras from parlour’s restroom and washroom.
A case has been registered while police say they are investigating the case to ascertain how many women have been blackmailed by the suspect for how long and if the content was shared online.