Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Calgary Police Looking for Person Who Filmed Up Women's Skirts, Posted Tweets

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Calgary Police Looking for Person Who Filmed Up Women's Skirts, Posted Tweets

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Police looking for person who filmed women

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Calgary police have launched a voyeurism investigation after dozens of women were filmed without their knowledge and posted onto a Twitter account called "Canada Creep."

In some cases, the person behind the camera shot up the skirts of unsuspecting women.

People behind another popular Twitter account called "Crackmacs" urged their followers to report the account and by Tuesday morning the "Canada Creep" account had been suspended.

Police say it had been up and running for about a year and they are alarmed they hadn't received any complaints until this week.

The account had about 17,000 followers.

Several women working in downtown Calgary told CTV Calgary they found the footage creepy, inappropriate and "scary."

"How do you stop this thought?" asked Melissa Souto. …

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