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Shocked Mother Discovers Hidden Bathroom Camera in Starbucks

A young boy, while using the restroom with his mother, noticed a hidden camera under a sink in Starbucks.


A woman recently took her 5-year-old son with her as she visited a Starbucks branch in Lancaster, California. Later, they went to the coffee shop’s bathroom and took turns. “My son used the restroom first and I used the restroom after him,” said the mother who chose to remain anonymous.

While she was using the toilet, the mother began to notice her boy intently looking at something. “I noticed he was staring at the sink a little bit perplexed. I asked him what was wrong.”

His response shocked her: “Mommy, why is there a phone under there?” as he pointed to a little device hidden under the sink.

The observant boy noticed the hidden phone, wrapped in paper towels, pointed towards the toilet.

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The alarmed mother wasted no time and quickly informed Starbucks crew members about the discovery. Authorities immediately came over to investigate the situation.

In an interview with KTLA 5, Lt. Joseph Fender of the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station confirmed that the cellphone was “running” and that it recorded video. However, it was still unknown how long the phone may have been recording and where the footages were being sent. The police took custody of the device.

Starbucks employees immediately reported the hidden camera to the authorities.

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“It’s such a violation of privacy. Not only of mine, but my son” the mother told the news reporter.

A Starbucks representative issued a statement saying “We are disturbed by this incident and take our obligation to provide a safe environment for our customers and partners (employees) very seriously.”

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We hope the police find the person responsible for this incident. Also, this should serve as a reminder for all of us to stay alert when using public restrooms.

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A Concerned Father Is Angry About This Star Wars Action Figure

Fred Hill says his daughters do not need to see this “crap” in toy stores.

With the release of Star Wars Episode VII in the imminent horizon, it’s easy to see a massive flooding of merchandise related to this beloved movie franchise. Generations of fans wait in great anticipation for the space saga’s latest installment entitled “The Force Awakens.”

One single father, however, is not as enthusiastic particularly because of one Star Wars action figure that recently caught his attention.

Fred Hill was shopping at the Target Store with his daughters when he saw Hasbro’s Slave Leia action figure.

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Gamer Fined After Drugging His Girlfriend So He Could Play Xbox All Night

Xbox addict sentenced to pay a fine after drugging his girlfriend so he could play video games.

Although couples are usually brought together by same interests, it is not uncommon to see couples who do not agree on all things. While it may cause fights and misunderstandings, these differences teach couples to be more patient and to love unconditionally -- to compromise and to find ways to satisfy the needs and wants of each other. But for one German man, his idea of getting a compromise is far beyond amiable.

A 23-year-old man was fined for drugging his 24-year-old girlfriend just so he could play video games all night.

One night in August 2014, the girlfriend got home from a 10-hour shift at work. She wanted to spend the entire night in a sound and peaceful sleep. But because the boyfriend and his friend had already planned an all-nigter with the Xbox, they had to find a way to continue with their plan. And so the boyfriend, who was then on drugs, decided to put his girlfriend in deep sleep through the help of drugs.

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This Customer was Shocked to Find Mold in His McDonald’s Burger

After the controversial KFC fried rat meal, a customer is served with a mouldy McBurger…


After the controversial KFC deep fried rat meal, a McDonald’s customer from Taplow, Berkshire was horrified to find a mold growing on top of a bun served to him while dining at McDonald's Holborn.

Edward Porter, a 33-year-old senior executive at a software company, decided to post photos of  the moldy burger on social media after the fast food restaurant offered him £30 in vouchers as a “fair amount of compensation”.

Porter was dining along with his colleagues when he suddenly spotted the blue mold on his meal just as he was about to take a bite.

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