Hospital Worker Fired After Hidden Camera Discovery
WAYNE, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey hospital employee was facing an invasion of privacy charge after a hidden camera was discovered in a hospital restroom.
Leonardo Zoppa was accused of placing the device in the ceiling of the men’s room at St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital.
He was fired from his job as pharmacy manager after his arrest.
Wayne police said Zoppa admitted to planting video cameras at the hospital, at a Barnes&Noble in Clifton and at the Club 46 Fitness in Fairfield.