Wal-Mart Sued for Videotaping Employees and Customers in Bathroom

StopWalMartNATHALIE TADENA writes on ABC News:

A Pennsylvania Walmart Supercenter videotaped employees and customers in a unisex bathroom, several former and current Walmart employees alleged in a lawsuit filed this week.

Seven former and current employees from the Tire and Lube department at the Walmart in Easton, Pa., filed a lawsuit in county court against the Arkansas-based corporation and four local managers Dec. 21.

Several employees discovered an “off-the-shelf” video camera in a store bathroom March 31, 2008, according to the court filing. The unisex bathroom, which also served as a changing room, was used by employees and customers. Customers and employees were not notifed of the surveillance, according to the court filing.

“I am incredulous that anyone would think that it’s appropriate conduct for any reason to photograph people in a changing room and bathroom,” said Erv McLain, the plaintiffs’ attorney.

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  • Anonymous

    Nothing wm does to make a buck should surprise anyone. They are the bane of capitalism. And the GREED never stops. Unfortunately those shopping there seem entranced to the LIES wm perpetrates on the population. Nothing, in my opinion, supports throwing my money away at this place.

  • jcburton13

    Nothing wm does to make a buck should surprise anyone. They are the bane of capitalism. And the GREED never stops. Unfortunately those shopping there seem entranced to the LIES wm perpetrates on the population. Nothing, in my opinion, supports throwing my money away at this place.

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