Bank manager fired for photographing worker's private parts

A bank manager was fired last week from a branch of First International Bank of Israel - Hatamin in Tel Aviv after it was revealed that he had installed a camera underneath the desk of one of his female workers so he could photograph her private parts, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.
The young woman told manager about the camera after she found it, but was surprised to later learn that he was the one who had installed it in the first place.
The bank told Israel Radio that the bank manager has been fired and that a sexual harassment complaint would be filed with the police.