Spy Cams Found In Women’s Bathrooms At Australian Embassy In Bangkok

Spy Cams Found In Women's Bathrooms At Australian Embassy In Bangkok

It is unclear how extensive the cameras had been in the bathroom at Australia’s embassy in Bangkok.


A previous staffer at Australia’s embassy in Bangkok has been charged just after multiple spy cameras were being identified in women’s bogs at the mission, a Canberra official reported Saturday.

Australia’s Section of Overseas Affairs and Trade verified that Royal Thai Police experienced arrested a area previous staff members member past thirty day period.

“The welfare and privacy of all workers stays a precedence for the section and we go on to offer acceptable help,” a section spokesman reported in a assertion to AFP.

The spokesman declined to comment further more on the ongoing authorized matter.

Khemmarin Hassiri, commander of the overseas affairs division of the Royal Thai Law enforcement, mentioned that the Australia embassy filed a criticism from a guy on January 6. Thai police stated the investigation was ongoing.

It really is unclear how very long the cameras experienced been in the rest room, with the issue only coming to light after a digicam SD card was identified on the bathroom floor last calendar year, in accordance to a report by ABC Australia.

The incident represented a really serious safety breach, an Australian defence and foreign policy expert informed AFP.

“If protection was lax enough to let units like cameras to be put in wherever in a safe area, it indicates it can be not tight ample to retain the embassy secure,” Hugh White, Emeritus Professor of Strategic Research at the Australian National University, stated.

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