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Wisconsin man plans to ‘upskirt’ women ruined after the shoe camera explodes: police

No action was taken against the man, because there is no illegal video was taken, police said.

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A Wisconsin man who planned to use a “shoe camera” to capture images under women’s skirts was injured when the battery of the camera exploded, the Madison Police Department said.

The man, a 32-year-old unidentified male, “purchased, a shoe camera that he was planning to use to ‘upskirt videos of women,” according to a report from Madison police chief Michael Koval. For the man was able to capture images, however, the battery of the camera and it exploded, injuring the man of the foot.

The incident allegedly happened when he tested the camera at home, the Wisconsin State Journal reported. He was Later treated for minor burns.

According to Koval, the man went himself to the police after he opened a pastor about the incident. The preacher, also unidentified, told the man to go to the authorities and accompanied him to the police station.

Since there is no illegal video was taken, however, no action was taken against the man — although the authorities said they are still investigating.

In 2015, the Wisconsin State Assembly voted to make upskirting a felony.

Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.

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