You know that Democrat sob song about children brought here as illegal immigrants and who now deserve citizenship?

Here’s one now: Alien jailed for hiding videocam in restaurant bathroom.

STAMFORD — A former Subway worker was sentenced to serve a year in prison for hiding a video camera under a bathroom sink in the Noroton Heights store and filming patrons.

Marco Dias 22, of Bridgeport, was sentenced by Judge Richard Comerford Wednesday afternoon after he pleaded guilty to a voyeurism charge.

Police investigators discovered the camera was designed to look like a memory drive, the affidavit said.

Detectives then found a video file that showed Dias setting the camera up in the bathroom; police released a photo from that video file.

They also found films of two men and a woman using the toilet.

“It appears from the angle that this subject had set up the camera that he is more interested in seeing the genitalia of male subject, which may include minor children as well as adults,” the affidavit states.

After determining Dias has been in the country illegally for 12 years, Darien police contacted the U.S. Immigration Service, which placed a detainer on him.

Apparently Mr. Dias won’t be attending college at taxpayers’ expense. Our loss.

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11 responses to “You know that Democrat sob song about children brought here as illegal immigrants and who now deserve citizenship?

  1. LAK

    The right thing to do is to deport him now! But why bother, when he’ll just come right back here! Unbelievable.

  2. Anonymous

    What is an Irish -seven course meal?

    A potato and a six pack.

  3. just_looking

    For clarity, police investigaters only “discovered” the camera after a UPS delivery man, who stopped in to use the restroom, spotted the camera and notified the store manager who then called darien police. If not for that driver the camera would have gone undetected for a longer period of time.