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Houston woman doesn't want to go on camera, so TV station films her crotch

KPRC has removed the interview from its website.
By Evan Bleier   |   April 24, 2014 at 2:32 PM   |   Comments

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HOUSTON, April 24 (UPI) -- When a Houston TV station was reporting about six teenagers and some adults who were arrested for allegedly breaking into a house to steal lawn equipment and electronics, they found a female witness who was willing to talk about the incident -- as long as her face wouldn’t be shown.

Based on what happened afterward, she may wish she just went on camera.

In the video, which has since been removed from KPRC’s website, the camera was trained on the woman's crotch as a reporter conducted an interview.

During the piece, the woman’s hands can be seen “gesturing over her crotch to lead the news package.” There was also a close-up.

Although it’s unclear why the station specifically chose to remove the video, the Houston Press blog speculates that “maybe the anti-camel toe lobby sent them a cease and desist” order.

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