VIDEO: 42-year-old man accused of disguising himself as a girl to record students in the bathrooms
A Peruvian man was arrested for entering a female school disguised as one of the students, with the aim of recording and abusing the minors
April 24, 2023 9:03am
Updated: April 24, 2023 9:03am
A 42-year-old man is accused of entering a female school in Peru, disguised as a girl with the intent to record and abuse minors in the institution's restrooms.
Walter César Solís Calero was discovered by the deputy principal of the Huancayo school when he was leaving the school's bathroom. She immediately notified the parents of the students and the police.
Police managed to capture Solís, who was wearing stockings, a skirt, a shirt and an official school jacket. He even wore his hair in braids and carried a school bag on his back.
Apparently, the incident was not be the first time that he unlawfully entered the school's bathrooms. Peruvian police indicate the accused has several police records for sexual harassment of minors and is being investigated for the videos and photos stored on his mobile phone.
At the time of his arrest, the parents tried to assault Solís, but the authorities prevented the act and took him away in a police patrol.
#Lamentable | Un hombre en #Perú se vistió como alumna para poder ingresar al baño de mujeres de una escuela y poder tomarles fotos y grabarlas. El detenido fue identificado como Walter César Solís Calero, de 42 años. pic.twitter.com/gQiEkpGfdC— Según Lui Pérez (@SegunLuiPerez) April 21, 2023
At a police station, the suspect managed to answer some questions from the media and said he had no regrets because "he had not done anything wrong."
According to Solís, it was the first time he had entered the school bathroom and his objective was to “take photos. Nothing else."
However, his mobile phone had photos of him at another educational center.
The director of the school, Ronald Vilchez, concluded: “This gentleman stayed in the bathroom for several minutes. Obviously this puts the physical and moral integrity of our students at risk.”