Male cruise ship employee caught filming woman in toilet while on work shift
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    A sicko who worked on a cruise ship has been fired after he was caught allegedly filming a female passenger in the bathroom during on shift.

    The incident is believed to have occurred on MSC Meraviglia – a vessel belonging to France-based MSC Cruises.

    A video of him getting caught in the act, meanwhile, has gone viral on TikTok amassing more than 10 million views after it was shared by the victim, identified only as Saja.

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    Sharing the clip on the social media platform, she wrote: "This man was in the women’s restroom located at the kids club."

    Saja claimed the man locked himself in an adjacent toilet before aiming his camera at her.

    The video continues with her telling another member of staff: "There’s someone hiding under there filming me. A man!"

    Investigating the matter, the staffer then knocks on the toilet cubicle door declaring "housekeeping", but is met with no response.

    After peeking under the door, however, he notices two feet.

    Another female passenger then enters the scene before banging on the door and demanding that the man opens it.

    The man finally appears moments later dressed in MSC uniform and admits, "I was wrong."

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    MSC Cruises said they have since fired the crew member responsible for the alleged unlawful surveillance, cruise news outlet Crew Center reported.

    A spokesperson said: "Our security team did fully cooperate with the authorities on this investigation. We took immediate action to terminate employment of the crew member involved and support the impacted guests.

    "The safety and comfort of our guests and crew is our top priority, and we have a zero-tolerance policy for any misconduct on board our ships."

    In a follow-up post, Saja said she had been contacted by authorities who assured her that the man had since been deported.


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