Police in Japan confiscate hundreds of sneakers with built-in upskirt cameras

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KYOTO, Japan (PIX11) — Police in Japan are visiting customers who bought shoes sold with cameras built into the toes designed to look up women’s dresses and skirts.

The “tosatsu shoes” were sold in Japan, UPI reported.

After raiding a company specializing in the voyeuristic footwear on July 1, Kyoto police compiled a list of about 1,500 customers.

Investigators visited the buyers and asked them to voluntarily give up the items.

According to police, the company also sold camera supplies.

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