Voyeurism fears at Md. campuses
A student was showering Thursday at the University of Maryland in College Park when she saw a pair of red-and-white shoes facing the stall from outside. It was one of three recent incidents of possible voyeurism at campuses in Maryland.
In Thursday’s incident in Cumberland Hall, the woman saw the outer curtain pulled slightly open with someone outside the stall looking in, campus police said.
She shrieked, he said he was sorry, and he ran, College Park campus police said.
On Oct. 9, a female student was showering in Prince Frederick Hall when she saw a cellphone with a camera lens pointed over the top of the stall. She yelled, and the male intruder fled.
At Towson University, authorities were told Friday that a smartphone had been found inside the locker room of the women’s swimming and diving team. The campus president’s office said it was reported that the device may have captured video and audio.