Southwest Airlines employee arrested for hiding camera inside children's bathroom at Seattle airport
The employee, Nicholas Williams was arrested on July 22 at around 11:30 am from the Sea-Tac Airport, according to KIRO 7.
A Southwest Airlines employee was arrested for voyeurism after he allegedly was caught hiding a camera in a children's bathroom at a Seattle airport.
The 25-year-old airlines' staffer, identified as Nicholas Williams, was reportedly accused of hiding the camera in a Seattle–Tacoma International Airport bathroom, which is usually frequented by children.
Williams was arrested on July 22 at around 11:30 am from the Sea-Tac Airport, according to KIRO 7.
An eyewitness to the incident said that Williams was handcuffed near gate B-9 of the airport.
A reporter with the station also shared a picture of the accused who appeared to be on the job at the Sea-Tac.
According to the prosecutors, the accused had reportedly put a camera in a bathroom that children "sometimes use on their own."
Investigators have also said that Williams admitted for hiding the camera "four or five times before" too.
The accused's role at the Southwest Airlines is not clear yet.
Reports state that Williams, as of July 23, was booked into King County Jail and appeared before a judge. His bail was reportedly set at $90,000.
If Williams is released from prison under any circumstances, he will not be allowed to have any contact with children.
The carrier provided a statement to KIRO saying, "We will work with the appropriate authorities as they investigate an accusation that involves one of our Seattle Employees. We do not have additional details to provide."
Williams, besides working for Southwest Airlines, also volunteers at the Chehalis Centralia Railroad and Museum.