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Greek-American Arrested for Placing Camera in Men’s Restroom at Cafe in Tarpon Springs

TARPON SPRINGS, FL – Spyridon Voulgarakis, a 31-year-old employee at We Spy Coffee & More, a cafe located at 505 Dodecanese Boulevard in Tarpon Springs, was arrested on March 13 after confessing to placing a recording device inside the men’s bathroom, according to a report by Fox13 Tampa Bay.

On March 11, Tarpon Springs police apprehended Voulgarakis on charges of battery and video voyeurism, Fox13 reported. Investigators stated that a customer discovered a camera underneath the sink while using the men’s restroom. The victim confronted Voulgarakis, who was an employee, and later during an interview, Voulgarakis admitted to recording men by placing the camera inside the bathroom.

According to his affidavit, “the defendant advised he placed his phone in the bathroom, under the sink, to record men he found attractive.” Fox13 reported. He also admitted to knowing it was illegal to record people using the bathroom. Police said the suspect admitted to recording about ten people.

Detectives are urging anyone who has used the male restroom at We Spy Coffee & More since February 13 to contact them at 727-938-2849.


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