OGer taking creepshots at the store

https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/embed/142076
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They got rumble!

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.

vagabond - They got rumble!

This!  When the fuck did Starbucks get a clothing section!??!

Rumblefish needs to hit the gym.

Soup and Beer -

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.

What did he really risk? 

Is it illegal to do that? She does have a nice ass but getting caught and doxed sure as shit ain't worth it. 

when she bent down dude was happy as shit like he hit the fkn jackpot of creepshots

Soup and Beer - 

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.


Where's the thrill in that?

Soup and Beer -

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.

He could be recording for a site. 

Fake Pie - 
Soup and Beer -

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.

What did he really risk? 


IIRC there are new laws preventing this.  I believe there was a case in Texas were a woman in walmart heard a man take a pic of her with his camera.  She went to security and the guy was actually arrested.  The last I read about it years ago was that the man faced potentially ten years but I don't know if the DA ended up taking the case or not.

Soup and Beer - 
Fake Pie - 
Soup and Beer -

That's risking a lot just to take a pic of a fully clothed woman's ass.

I wonder if he knows you can see naked womenz on the internets.

What did he really risk? 




IIRC there are new laws preventing this.  I believe there was a case in Texas were a woman in walmart heard a man take a pic of her with his camera.  She went to security and the guy was actually arrested.  The last I read about it years ago was that the man faced potentially ten years but I don't know if the DA ended up taking the case or not.




Nah. Any such law would have to be limited to where you have a reasonable expectation of privacy, like the dressing room.

There have been attempted upskirting laws that have been overturned because of the first amendment (I think they could pass muster btw if they were limited to shooting from an angle where someone has a reasonable expectation that no one is viewing from at a normal eye level).

i think the two of them are in cahoots, and just spicing up the old marriage.

Man, we really have to ban porn on the internet and just go back to Playboys and Penthouses.  Dudes are so thoroughly jacked out that they're numb to nudity and only get aroused by fully clothed women.