This woman said she blew her top when she saw a peeping tom videotaping her in a dressing room.
Jeanne Ouellette was topless when she chased after Jeremy Bradley, who she said was on the floor, filming her as she tried on bras at a Kohl's department store in Lenexa, Kan. on Monday, according to KCTV.
"I followed him. I shouted, 'Stop! Help me!' I just screamed and chased him topless through the store," Ouellette said. "I know I shouldn't be chasing someone ... I was just enraged."
Oullette explained her rationale to KMOV.
"I was at a store in a very private place and I was enraged and I wanted to get the film back or do whatever to get rid of that film," she said.
Oullette said she chased Bradley until she got to the store's front doors and "common sense" convinced her not to continue her pursuit.
But, cops said, other customers ran after Bradley and police arrested him about three blocks away.
“She ran topless after the guy,” Officer Dan Friesen told the Kansas City Star. “She definitely got the attention of other shoppers.”
Bradley was charged with breach of privacy on Tuesday.
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