Transcript for New Yorkers 'Creeped Out' by Secret Photos Taken of Them
Residents in TriBeCa angry that they became part of an art exhibit without anyone asking their permission. They say a photographer was secretly taking pictures of them through their windows as Eyewitness News reporter Kimberly Richardson's explains. The residents are now trying to figure out their next move. I was just a little creeped out it's not close look into the -- a New Yorkers precisely why. Those featured in these intimate pictures are so upset furious because at the time they had no idea they were being photographed. That's Clifford. That made me realize that someone's been watching me and photographing me without. No way. That's somebody -- -- lives here right across the street. He's a new exhibit the neighbors focus -- on this TriBeCa building with floor to ceiling windows John runs a business in the ground floor space. I had been the subject I would've been a little horrified to discover that this is going Aaron and then it would have been pleasantly surprised homicide case for the photos -- being. Still he feels -- -- should have shown those in the photos the pieces before going to market. Images that are selling for thousands of dollars. Clifford -- -- of two tells me his biggest concern is photos like this no face is shown clearly that's a Childs. What about all the other images he snapped over here that no one's seen. So you know who -- I tried to find out let's Bentsen was a -- camera shy some of the building are considering legal action against -- eagle eyed neighbor but experts say. That's a gray area since it has gone on record saying. Privacy is -- an issue that is subjects are quote. Performing behind -- transparent -- on the stage of their own creation. With a curtain raised high mean myself on buying you've been photographed mean huge -- whatever you want I'm -- with him. In TriBeCa Kimberly -- channel seven Eyewitness News.
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