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Man charged for peeping inside women's bathroom in Brookfield Square

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Posted at 5:22 PM, Nov 29, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-29 18:22:18-05

BROOKFIELD -- A man has been charged with invasion of privacy and disorderly conduct for allegedly peeping inside of a woman's stall in a bathroom at Brookfield Square. 

Brian Waters of Jackson, Wisconsin was arrested and charged by the Brookfield Police Department after entering the women's restroom on March 5, 2018. 

According to a witness, Waters was hanging out around the restroom and "nearly went inside after a little girl had just entered." 

Police asked Waters what he was doing, he replied "bumming around," killing time to meet up with his fiance in Menomonee Falls. 

Waters later told police he simply went into the wrong bathroom and denied entering twice, saying it was just an accident. 

Waters had been arrested for disorderly conduct after peeping on two 14-year-old girls in a women's stall, at a movie theater in 2013, in which he plead guilty. 

Waters was arrested shortly after the incident.