Ga. man puts camera in Hooters pageant dressing room

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — A Georgia man has been arrested after police say he filmed contestants of the Hooters International Swimsuit Pageant while they changed clothes in a hotel dressing room.

Thirty-one year-old Ronald Keith Rolfes allegedly told police he made the video because he’s never had a girlfriend.

According to an arrest report, one of the contestants flagged down an officer after finding a hidden camera in the dressing room.

The Miami Herald reported the video showed Rolfes setting up the camera and later a model undressing. He was charged Sunday with video voyeurism.

Rolfes was allegedly travelling with the company Waterbabies Bikini and was supposed to stand at the dressing room door to make sure no products were stolen. The company said Rolfes set up the video without their knowledge.


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