A voyeur with a camera got more than he bargained for when the woman he was filming flew in to an "absolute rage" at him.
Jeanne Ouellette was trying on bras in a Kansas department store when she noticed something very wrong taking place on the floor. There was a camera phone attached to a hand peeking up at her in the gap between door and floor.
Instead of panicking, Ouellette got angry: bursting from the changing room topless she chased the man through the shop.
Ouellette only gave up the chase when she reached the department store's doors and remembered that she was bare-breasted.
She told KCTV: "I was enraged and I wanted to do whatever to get the phone back and to get rid of that film. I was absolutely enraged. What you want when you feel violated is for justice to be done and for whatever it is to end.
"I just screamed and chased him topless through the store," she said. "I know I shouldn't be chasing someone. I was just enraged. I was at a store in a very private place, and I was enraged and I wanted to get the phone."
Fellow costumers who saw what was happening joined the pursuit and apprehended the peeping tom and nearby. Police charged Jeremy Bradley with breach of privacy, which carries a sentence of up to a year in the United States.