Spain holiday warning as ‘creep hides cameras near Malaga tourist hot spots to film people peeing – including kids’ | The Sun

TOURISTS in Spain have been warned after a man was arrested for allegedly hid cameras around a city to catch people including kids on camera peeing.

Police discovered several devices concealed around streets in Malaga and even at a fairground.

Cops launched an investigation in the early hours of Monday after two officers spotted a man acting suspiciously in the Calle de la Bandola area at around 2.15am.

He was reportedly constantly scanning the area before bending down and standing back up repeatedly.

As officers approached him, he tried to hide an object which turned out to be a camera, reports Andalucia Today.

He was arrested after they searched the area using torches and found five cameras hidden in spots regularly used by people to urinate.

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Cops questioned the 43-year-old, and he admitted the cameras were his.

Two mobile phones, two further cameras, two hard drives, a torch, an mp4, five USB pen drives and 49 memory cards were seized during a search of his backpack.

Police also raided two properties related to the suspect, and found several mini cameras, as well as a laptop, tablet, memory cards and chargers – which were seized.

They also found a device set up on the balcony to film an alleyway below.

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Cops searched the alleyway and discovered another camera hidden inside a hole in the wall.

Police say a holiday home in Real de la Feria was also searched, where they found "child pornography consisting of photographs of boys and girls urinating in different places and postures" on a mobile phone.

The National Police are investigating and the man has been charged with "crimes against sexual freedom and indemnity".

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