Saturday, January 22, 2011

North Hills Doctor Jailed for Potty Spy Cam

A North Hills cardiologist has been sentenced to 45 days in Nassau County jail for spying on patients and employees with a hidden camera in the bathroom of his Manhasset office.

Vincent Pacienza was convicted last June of unlawful surveillance, a felony. Pacienza surrendered his medical license and will serve five years probation after he is released.

Prosecutors said the 54-year-old ex-doctor told female employees he would be installing an air purifier in the restroom but the device, which faced the toilet, contained a hidden wireless camera with a direct video feed to a monitor underneath Pacienza’s desk.



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