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A 22-year-old model used LinkedIn to track down an iPad perv who used the fruity fondleslab to film some upskirt footage of her as she visited a Los Angeles pet shop.

Britannie Weaver. Pic: http://brittanieweaver.com

Britannie Weaver

According to the New York Daily News, San Diego native Brittanie Weaver (pictured) nipped into Puppy & Me on Ventura Boulevard last Friday with her mutt (a "Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Winston", for those of you who demand make and model number), and was grabbed in the nether regions by the crouching sleazeball, who used the pretence of petting her dog to get down and dirty.

Weaver explained: "He kept following me around and I kept giving him dirty looks. I kept getting weird vibes. When I got to the counter I finally caught him doing it. He looked at me and knew that I caught him."

The iPad snooper was also caught on the store's CCTV camera as he invaded Weaver's privacy (see below). The footage further revealed "that before I walked in he had been on the corner and was kind of waiting for me to cross and ran full speed", Weaver said, noting: "So he had stalked me before I walked in the store."

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A call to the cops proved fruitless, as "helpful" officers reckoned they probably wouldn't be able to track down the perp, so Weaver set about identifying him online.

Handily, he'd been wearing an ID badge which Weaver had clocked, so using that information she headed down to LinkedIn and found her man with "150 per cent" certainty.

Now armed with the upskirter's identity, cops will move towards a cuffing, according to Weaver. The model lamented the lack of big stick under local law for snapping people's privates. She said: "The main thing is that California state law only considers a crime like this a misdemeanor, so it encourages other men to go ahead and get away with this with a slap on the hand … and that's scary." ®

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