As we mulled what little evidence we have, we agreed that the “suck my d*ck” at the end sounded more like the stock response of a socially inept adolescent being rebuffed than something scripted. The truth is we don’t know, but our instinct is that it’s real. She and Hamer decided to plug the camera in again, this time with the lens to the wall and a camera phone on hand to record its actions (the video of the encounter is on Hamer’s Facebook post). But that’s when the hacker who’d taken control of the webcam decided to ramp up the interactive aspect of his creepiness with a greeting: What restraint! Over dinner, a friend wondered how it was possible. Sadly there are people out there who get a kick out of spying on strangers and there is a trove of easily discovered, poorly secured cameras for them to peek through. It wouldn’t be the first time that an unsecured webcam has started swivelling around on its own, nor the first time somebody’s privacy has been invaded by an idiot spitting base insults through one. Huh, she thought, it must be updating, so she went back to what she’d been doing.
Officers said they found Jesse William Jeffries, 25, of Des Moines wearing nothing but shorts and shoes at East 9th Street and Seneca Avenue.
A nude woman and nearly naked man denied rear-ending another woman's car through an intersection Thursday morning, police say.
Des Moines police thought they were responding to a typical car crash at East 14th Street and Euclid Avenue at about a.m. Instead, they found a woman who was naked and apparently drunk in the driver's seat; her male passenger fled in nothing but his white shorts and shoes.
We decided to put the camera down 1 times with the lens to the wall. In 2014, we wrote about a site that offered feeds from baby monitors in nurseries, as well as from security webcams delivering live feeds from bedrooms, offices, shops, restaurants, bars, swimming pools and gymnasiums.
During dinner, I was amazed at a friend of mine who wondered how this was possible.. In fact, there are sites where e-marauders can choose from a variety of feeds being pirated from devices.