IDF Captain Ephraim Ben-Arzi was indicted by the Tel Aviv Magistrates' Court for multiple indecent acts and intentional invasion of privacy using hidden cameras – one of them inside a pen.
Ynet learned Wednesday that the officer was charged of committing the crimes during his army service at the Rabin Base in Tel Aviv.
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According to the case, on one occasion, he offered a female soldier who was in need of a change of clothes, to use a conference room next to his office. Ben-Arzi planted a hidden camera in the room, and used it to take photos of the woman. She noticed the camera and left the room.
On another case, Ben Arzi is suspected of placing a hidden camera in his bedroom and using it to film a sexual encounter with a woman he met on a dating website.
The indictment lists many similar offenses, in addition to cases in which he planted hidden cameras in clothing stores' fitting rooms, taking pictures of women changing clothes.
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