Man accused of taking photos up woman’s skirt

By: Kelly Sommariva

What happens when our laws, can't keep up with technology? A Lincoln man was charged with disturbing the peace after using a cell phone to take photos up a woman's skirt to be charged with 'unlawful intrusion'.  The crime has to happen where privacy is expected like a bathroom or changing room.

Nebraska's law does not consider the sidewalk a private place.  “It is crossing the line it's no different than harassing somebody in my opinion,” Lori Silverberg said.

“You're kind of delving into a moral issue too so you've got to be really careful as far as morality,” said Cameron Nelson from Lincoln.

The County Attorney's office did not want to tell us more about their decision on the charges.