H&M Malaysia has filed a police report amid concerns that footage from hidden cameras in changing rooms in its Kuala Lumpur stores was being sold online.
“Our customers’ safety is of utmost importance to us. All findings about the recent concerns about hidden cameras in H&M fitting rooms to date have been reported to the police, and investigations are currently ongoing,” the clothing retail chain wrote in a statement shared on Twitter.
Local media had earlier reported on allegations that footage from hidden cameras inside changing rooms at the retail chain’s stores were being sold online.
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