The 35-year-old woman, identified only as Aleksandra, said she shed all of her clothing before trying on a swimming suit in a ladies changing room in a store in Rybnik, near Katowice in southwestern Poland.
When she turned around to see in a mirror how the suit fit her, she was shocked to see a small hidden camera filming her, the Polish Web site thenews.pl Web reported Friday.
In reaction to the woman's protest concerning the incident, the store managers said she should consider the issue closed because nothing serious had happened, the Web site said.
Later, she learned from a judge there is no law regulating where cameras can be placed in stores.
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