Creep Sweep: Spy Squad, Politicians T...

Creep Sweep: Spy Squad, Politicians Target South Korea's Peeping Toms

Hidden-camera sex crimes have become so prevalent in South Korea that Seoul has a 50-person squad to sweep public restrooms, and President Moon Jae-in has made the issue a national priority.

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