A "mall cop" in Seattle, Washington has been fired from his position at the Olympia J.C. Penney after reprimanding two teenagers in a very inappropriate manner.
Seattle Weekly has reported that the anonymous teenage girls, aged seventeen and eighteen, were bribed by the thirty-five year old Michael Olivias - in exchange for being discreet about the girls' crime of shoplifting, all they had to do was take off their tops and bras, exposing their naked breasts. It is alleged that when the girls obliged, he began taking photos of the girls on his cell phone.
Olivias is said to have then requested that the girls have sex with him in order for the entire affair to be forgotten and unmentioned. The two girls declined and subsequently told their friends about what happened. The News Tribute additionally claims the elder teenage victim told her boyfriend about the incident, who is one of Olivias' cousins.
Mr. Olivias, whose occupation is formally known as a "loss prevention officer", has since pleaded guilty to two counts of voyeurism. He will be sentenced in Olympia on Jan. 21, where he faces up to two years imprisonment, as well as having to register as a sex offender.