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An Oklahoma City man is accused of taking videos of women changing clothes in a Penn Square Mall department store. An Oklahoma City man is accused of taking videos of women changing clothes in a Penn Square Mall department store.
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An Oklahoma City man is accused of taking videos of women changing clothes in a Penn Square Mall department store.

According to police, 33-year-old Jordan Christ placed his cellphone on the floor in changing rooms at Forever 21. Seventeen videos of 17 different women changing were found on Christ’s phone.

Police say they began receiving complaints back in April. They say Christ also flashed clerks at area convenience stores in recent months.

Christ is charged with 17 counts of taking “clandestine photos/video”, and one count of indecent exposure. 

Christ’s landlord Harold Appleton told News 9 he was very surprised. “He’s really a mild-mannered person, but he evidently there are things I don’t know about.”

Christ is currently out of jail on bond. 

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