Sunday October 16, 2016

Apple Store Employees Stole And Rated Photos From Female Customers

Apple’s investigation has turned up no evidence of this so far, but staff at a store in Carindale, Australia allegedly ran a photo-sharing ring, in which they would swap pictures taken of other female staff and customers and rate them out of 10.

"More than 100 close-up and explicit photos were taken of female staff and customers without their knowledge and photographs were also lifted from some Apple customers’ phones," the publication reported. Four male employees are said to have been fired over the incident, which emerged when a staff member saw another employee looking at a customer's phone in the repair room. An "overseas HR executive" has also reportedly been brought in. "One person would take a photo and add it to the chat and others would give the person or their butt or their boobs a rating out of 10 and they would add their own side commentary," a staff member told the newspaper.