HPD Seeks Customers Of (Allegedly) Pervy Dentist
If you've gone to the dentist lately and taken a leak, the HPD wants to talk to you.
Well, they do if you're dentist is Byron Weinle. He's the guy who's been accused of setting up a videotape system in his office bathrooms.
"Obviously, patients going into a dental care wouldn't even think about something like this happening," said Officer John Barnes with the Houston Police Department. What, the "Dentist/Voyeur" sign outside didn't tip things off?
Police want to talk to Weinle's patients to, we guess, ask them if they went to the bathroom.
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We've been wondering how this investigation started, frankly. The investigators' report says one of Weinle's employees saw a videotape lying around, watched it, and then was presumably shocked to see video of someone going to the bathroom.
Who decides to play a random videotape? Maybe someone who's already suspicious that their boss is a perv. In which case wouldn't you find another place to work?
We do like this description from someone who's seen the investigators' report and talked to Hair Balls: "The dentist gave them a statement in which he said he had a closed circuit TV setup for a few years at the clinic, which included the concealed bathroom cameras. He said he removed it a couple of years ago, but recently brought the tapes back out for viewing, and that's when the employee found them."
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