A newlywed couple from China got more than they bargained for during their honeymoon stay at a bed and breakfast in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
The couple discovered a hidden camera in their room, which cost $85 per night.
The couple was initially excited about their stay, looking forward to a romantic getaway in the popular tourist destination. However, their excitement turned to horror when they found a hidden camera concealed in a socket. The camera was positioned in such a way that it had a clear view of the bed.
Photo: A miniature lens was found in the socket
Upon discovering the camera, the couple immediately reported the incident to the local authorities. The police arrived at the B&B and confirmed the presence of the hidden camera. An investigation is currently underway to determine who is responsible for the invasive surveillance.
The incident has sparked outrage on social media, with many users calling for stricter regulations on accommodations, especially in tourist-heavy areas.
Some users have even shared their own experiences of similar incidents, highlighting the need for increased vigilance when choosing a place to stay.
This is not the first time such an incident has occurred in Kota Kinabalu. In recent years, there have been multiple reports of hidden cameras found in various accommodations, ranging from budget hotels to more upscale establishments.
These incidents have raised concerns about privacy and safety, particularly for tourists.
The local authorities are taking the matter seriously and are urging anyone with information to come forward. The B&B in question is also under scrutiny, and its license may be revoked depending on the outcome of the investigation.
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