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Greek American Arrested in Tarpon Springs, FL for Video Voyeurism

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Spyridon Voulgarakis admitted placing a camera under the sink of the coffee shop recording men using the restroom. Credit: Tarpon Springs Police Department

A Greek American man was arrested for allegedly setting up a camera in the men’s restroom of a coffee shop in Tarpon Springs Florida.

Spyridon Voulgarakis was arrested on March 11 and charged with battery and video voyeurism.

Police said a man using the bathroom at a coffee shop called “We Spy Coffee & More,” located on Dodecanese Boulevard discovered he was being recorded by a camera located underneath the sink.

After making the discovery, the customer confronted Voulgarakis, who was identified by police as an employee and business partner of “We Spy Coffee & More.”

The victim also contacted law enforcement, and during the investigation, police said, Voulgarakis admitted that he placed the camera under the sink and recorded the victim and other men using the restroom.

The investigation into the matter is ongoing.

Police encourage anyone who has frequented the coffee shop since Feb. 13, 2023, used the men’s restroom, and feel like they may be a victim to contact Detective Melton at 727-938-2849.

All victim identities, police added, will be kept confidential.

Tarpon Springs has the highest percentage of Greek Americans in the US

Tarpon Springs, in Pinellas County, Florida, resembles a Greek island, with its blue and white structures, its street names, the boats in the harbor, and the Greek-themed shops and restaurants.

The picturesque town has the highest percentage of Greek Americans of any city in the US. Many of them still work for the sponge industry which was started by their Greek ancestors.

Chris Alahouzos is the town’s proud mayor. Alahouzos and his family emigrated to the United States from the Greek island of Kalymnos when he was 14. His father was a sponge diver.

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