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Airport police arrest man for urinal videos

Police at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport arrested a man for allegedly taping other men using the bathroom. The arrest comes after a man complained he was videotaped by another man hiding a camera behind a book with a hole in it.
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Police at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport arrested a man for allegedly taping other men using the bathroom. The arrest comes after a man complained he was videotaped by another man hiding a camera behind a book with a hole in it.

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