Today in What a Time to Be Alive: an as yet unidentified man celebrated New Year’s Eve by prowling around the Vestavia Hills house of Jersey Belle’s Danielle Yancey. In honor of the occasion, he wore nothing but a mask of former president Ronald Reagan and a sock to cover his naughty bits.
In response to a judicial order requested by defense lawyers, Dancing With the Stars co-host and Fox Sports correspondent Erin Andrews has disclosed that she is seeking $75 million in damages for being secretly videotaped changing in a Tennessee hotel room.
A 37-year-old Boston woman's security camera captured footage of a peeping tom coming right up to her ground-floor bedroom window while she was in the shower. Local police have released the footage hoping the public can help identify the creep.
A former doctoral student at the University of Delaware is accused of videotaping women in restrooms on the campus.
Hey ladies of Boston! Today, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court made riding the Green Line even more perilous! Specifically, they ruled that upskirt photos of fully clothed women are legal, since the state's "Peeping Tom" law specifies that images must be voyeuristic of partially nude people.
Last night, when a female fan attending the Braves/Phillies game unwittingly flashed her panties at TV cameras, it was only a matter of time before some douchebag on the internet posted a still of the shot and acted like they were King Awesome, Vagina Destroyer. And this morning, a popular Philadelphia sports blogger…
Meet Jeffrey Barrier. He stood on a chair at Aloha Tanning in Cincinnati, Ohio and used his cell phone to take pictures of a naked 35-year-old woman in a tanning room. When questioned by cops, Jeffrey claimed he didn't have a camera; he was searched by the Sheriff's office, where they found Jeff's cell phone… in his…