We're always out for a cheap thrill, like speeding a little more than normal on the back roads, donuts in snowy parking lots, checking out the dudes and ladies at the beach. Those things that you don't need to pay for to enjoy. Issues arise, however, when you take these activities beyond just having a little fun.
For example, Mark Squires couldn't just go to the beach; instead he allegedly tried to take pictures of a woman trying on lingerie under the dressing room door at Kmart, according to WCVB-TV. Squires was stopped from leaving the dressing room area by the woman's boyfriend who was close by. Police arrested Squires days later after executing a search warrant on his car. He is also a suspect in two other peeping cases.
Besides a criminal charge of violation of privacy, could Squires be held civilly liable as well?