Ever wonder why some cellphones made in Japan make a shutter sound every time you take a picture? There’s a reason.
You might have thought upskirting lost its appeal for voyeurs years ago, but with better technology comes more invasive strategies — and I’m not talking about the government.
This week, police in Bergenfield arrested a 21-year-old man who they said pointed a cell phone camera up the skirt of an 18-year-old high school student as she stood on line at a convenience store.
A DPW worker saw him and called police, who went to the 7-Eleven on Main Street and arrested the shooter. They charged him with invasion of privacy and released him on $1,500 bail pending a Municipal Court appearance.
Local media treated it as a single event, with no context — which means they either didn’t have the space or didn’t know what they were dealing with.
Sure, upskirting is one way for juveniles who should know better to get their jollies.
But, for those unaware, it’s also a cottage industry of the porn business.