Man cited for filming in CCSF men's locker room

UPDATE 3:30 p.m.: Suspect detained, cited on Monday in connection to below incident

Police on Monday detained the alleged creep accused of filming another man inside a locker room at the City College of San Francisco last weekend.

The victim being filmed was allegedly assaulted by the suspect at about 4 p.m. Saturday after he demanded that the camera be turned away from him, police at Ingleside Station said.

The victim told police the suspect “punched him repeatedly in the face.” The victim advised a supervisor of the incident and went to the hospital. A doctor said he suffered a concussion during the attack, police said.

The victim later signed a citizen’s arrest, but the filthy filmer fled, police said.

The suspect was known to City College police. He was cited after being apprehended Monday.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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