OOPS, convicted voyeur called out in Target (yes, Target) by woman he creeped on two years earlier


Warning: There is some graphic language

A woman recognized this creeper who was a convicted peeper (the real term is in the blockquote below) while she was trying to shop for swimsuits at Target and recorded it for our viewing pleasure

This is what happens when you shine light on roaches.

Now remember everyone, Target wants to let men use the women’s bathroom just because they feel like they should, all in the name of tolerating transgenders. It may very well be possible that this happening at Target is a coincidence, but I’m not a huge believer in coincidence.

Below is the story from Fox News:

A Florida woman turned the tables on a man who had been convicted of preying on women in public places, and the video is going viral.

Candice Spivey said she was approached by a man at a Target store outside Jacksonville while she was looking at swimsuits.

Spivey said she was prepared to record the encounter because the man, who police identified as Jeffrey Polizzi, had walked up to her two years prior in a Publix grocery store, asking inappropriate questions.

“You want to make sure it’s not too sheer or clear,” Polizzi can be heard saying to Spivey in the video as she looks at bikinis.

She quickly turned the camera toward him and asked, “Do you remember running into me in the grocery store?”

Clearly shocked, Polizzi dropped his basket and ran away, with Spivey giving chase.

Spivey yelled for people to stop him and called the cops as she pursued him out the door into the parking lot, recording the whole time.

Local authorities eventually tracked down Polizzi and charged him with reckless driving after he allegedly fled the scene.

He was previously convicted of “taking photographs of women in dressing rooms” in 2009, according to court documents.

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The woman, Candice Spivey gives a more detailed account of Polizzi’s methods in her Facebook post:

When he approached me yesterday he did not remember who I was, until I called him out on it in this video. When he approached me in Publix two years ago he had two small children with him under the age of three in his shopping cart. The basket of his shopping cart was filled with multiple different types of razors that were for both men and women. He starts out his conversation with the same punch line he uses here in the very beginning of this video saying, “Hey there I don’t mean to bother you but I just bought this maxi dress for my wife at Ross and I was kinda worried about the sheerness of it.”

He says his wife has put on weight after giving birth and he uses her as a way to start asking questions that get extremely inappropriate. For instance he starts asking his wife should wear the maxi dress with no panties, and if she should shave “down there” trying to make it seem very innocent in the way he’s asking. He then asks if you’re wearing panties, etc.

Whiles he’s asking these questions he’s filming you with his cell phone, and I knew he was by the way he was holding his phone. I had this feeling there was way more to what he was doing than just asking questions, it was very routine for him like he’s been doing this for a long time. So I went immediately to the front and reported him, they called the cops and he was banned from that publix. It was NOT illegal what he was doing.

However when this incident happened yesterday that was the second encounter that I have had with this guy and this time it was much worse.

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