This is probably not the kind of press coverage a supermarket wants to get:
Employees at Aldi Süd secretly filmed female customers – especially those wearing short skirts and revealing tops – and swapped the videos among themselves, according to allegations published in Der Spiegel.
It said the videos zoomed in on women with short skirts and revealing tops as they leaned over to pick up food in the frozen section or bent down in other sections of the store to pick up an item. The videos were then burned onto CDs and traded among the employees, the report said.
The magazine said the company would not comment on the specific claims but did say that mistakes may have been made in individual cases.
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