Bathroom Voyeur Arrested

PUBLISHED: 10:11 PM 28 Aug 2018

Man Wearing Dress And Wig Arrested For Filming Woman In Restroom

He was caught filming a woman in a neighboring stall with his cell phone.

A man wearing a dress and wig, who was later identified as 38-year-old Shawn Thomas Hallett, was recently arrested for allegedly filming a woman inside of a QuikTrip restroom (pictured above). 

Just recently, a man dressed as a woman (cross-dresser), which many would agree is something that has become increasingly accepted thanks in part to former president Barack Obama and his administration, was arrested by law enforcement officials at near a gas station in Greenville, South Carolina for purportedly engaging in inappropriate bathroom activity.

Apparently, the creep, who is reportedly from Levelland, Texas, was allegedly caught filming another woman in a neighboring stall, which is a problem that countless opponents of the trans-bathroom push made by the former president have been trying to warn others about.  

Specifically, officers with the Greenville Police Department (GPD) recently placed 38-year-old Shawn Thomas Hallett, who was purportedly wearing a dress and wig at the time, under arrest for supposedly sneaking into the women’s restroom at a local QuikTrip (QT) gas station and filming another woman with his cell phone while she was inside a bathroom stall.

According to reports, the incident began shortly after the victim, who has yet to be identified, walked into the QT restroom and heard a male voice coming from one of the stalls.

Upon taking a closer look, though, the woman reportedly only saw a pair of women’s shoes so she decided to use a neighboring stall instead of leave.

Shortly after entering the stall, however, the woman, quite horrifically, saw Hallett’s hand holding a cell phone coming from under the stall divider.

Mortified, she rushed out of the restroom and apparently notified the gas station employee who then promptly called the local police.

A short time later, officers with the GPD showed up, questioned several witnesses who told them that they saw a man in a dress exiting the gas station restroom, and then searched the nearby area. They eventually found a man who matched that description and arrested him on charges of “voyeurism” after discovering that he had a video of the victim on his phone.

Shockingly, this isn’t the only bathroom incident to recently occur at a QT gas station. Earlier this month, a man at a QT in Arizona was reportedly beaten to death after allegedly trying to enter a stall that was occupied by a teenage girl.

According to reports, the man was killed by the girl’s father, 40-year-old Melvin Harris, who had learned about what happened after arriving at the gas station to pick up his daughter.

Apparently, before killing the man, the girl’s father reportedly approached the security guard of the store and told him that “he needed to take care of the situation, or [Harris] would do it himself.”

Although the guard purportedly reassured Harris that he would deal with it, Harris approached the man anyway. Upon drawing near, he then, according to witnesses, punched him right in the face, which caused him to fall to the floor.

After doing so, witnesses explained that he then stood over the man and continued hitting him in the face, breaking his nose in the process. He also allegedly stomped on and kicked him several times as well.

Following the incident, Harris headed home with his daughter while paramedics raced to the scene and subsequently brought the man to a local hospital, where he later died from brain injuries. A short time later, local police officers tracked him down and placed him under arrest.

Many people, however, have since come out in support of Harris, including his fiancé, Diana Jackson.

“I’m not mad at him, I don’t feel like he did anything wrong,” reasoned Jackson.

“I love him. He did what he was supposed to do for our kid,” she added, noting, “you cannot tell someone they’re wrong for protecting their children.”

Alarmingly, the sexual abuse or attempted sexual abuse of others is not entirely uncommon.

For example, a few weeks ago, law enforcement officers in Georgia reportedly rescued approximately 160 children and arrested roughly 150 criminals during a massive sting operation focused on local sex-trafficking.

Several days before that, Karam Majdi, a 19-year-old man from Egypt who gained entry to the United Kingdom (UK) by lying about being an underage Syrian migrant, was found guilty of viciously raping a 14-year-old girl. He has apparently since only been sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars, which many would agree is a slap on the wrist for such a heinous act.

And prior to that, police officers in California purportedly arrested seven men on charges of “committing lewd and lascivious acts with children under the age of 14 and conspiracy to commit a crime” for allegedly touching several underage girls inappropriately while out at a water park.