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Businessman is gobsmacked to find live video of naked women in a spa in CCTV mix up

  • Telstra suffered a five-hour outage on Monday in which CCTV feeds got mixed up
  • A Perth businessman was given access to cameras inside a spa and hair salon
  • ‘What came across my mind was how the hell have I got this?’ businessman said 

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A businessman was ‘gobsmacked’ to find live video of naked women in a spa while checking his CCTV feed on his phone.

Telstra suffered a five-hour outage on Monday which saw business owners receive the wrong CCTV footage on their devices.

In one shocking breach of privacy, a Perth businessman was given access to cameras inside a spa, hair salon and car mechanic.

A businessman was ‘gobsmacked’ to find live video of naked women in a spa while checking his CCTV feed on his phone. Pictured: the footage from the spa

In one shocking breach of privacy, a Perth businessman was given access to cameras inside a spa, hair salon and car mechanic (pictured)

In one shocking breach of privacy, a Perth businessman was given access to cameras inside a spa, hair salon and car mechanic (pictured)

‘It’s pretty bad, especially with a day spa. I wouldn’t want my wife to be put in that position,’ the man told Perth Now.

‘The first thing that came across my mind was how the hell have I got this? I don’t understand how this could be on my phone.

‘How can this not be a serious breach of privacy? It makes me wonder if someone else is watching my cameras, because I can’t see them.’

A Telstra spokesman apologised for any inconvenience and said the issue was being investigated.  

Australia’s largest telecommunications company moved into surveillance in 2014 when it bought into SNP Security.

One cyber expert at Edith Cowan University said he thought the camera feeds got mixed up during the glitch with information being sent to the wrong accounts.

One cyber expert at Edith Cowan University said he thought the camera feeds got mixed up during the glitch with information being sent to the wrong accounts (stock image)

One cyber expert at Edith Cowan University said he thought the camera feeds got mixed up during the glitch with information being sent to the wrong accounts (stock image)

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