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Mom Catches Pervert Spying On Daughter In Dressing Room, Teaches Him Lesson He’ll Never Forget

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Mom Catches Pervert Spying On Daughter In Dressing Room, Teaches Him Lesson He’ll Never Forget

“Not today, buddy!”

It was supposed to be a day full of fun and celebration. Doris Stiles-Scown had taken her daughter to a Rue 21 store in Utah to do some shopping for her 13th birthday, which was just a couple days away.

While her daughter was trying on some clothes in the dressing room, Doris went to fetch another pair of pants. When she came back, though, what she found left her cold.

In the short amount of time it had taken her to grab the pants, a 30-something man had wedged himself halfway under her daughter’s changing room door. He was on his back trying to record her while she changed and was grabbing at the terrified young girl’s legs.

When the man saw Doris he got up and ran out of the store, but the furious mother was not about to let him get away.

She chased the man to a parking lot two blocks away from the store where some men helped her catch him. After calling police, she decided to turn the tables on the man and started recording him in a live Facebook video.

“This right here is what a predator looks like,” she said. “Not today, buddy. Not today. I’m going to make sure your face gets out, so that you’re not in any more stalls looking under little girls dressing.”

When police arrived, they said the man was a “known creep” in the area. Thankfully, they had enough evidence to arrest 36-year-old Jorge Leon-Alfaro and he now faces felony charges of voyeurism of a child under 14.

Doris says she plans to be there to witness every one of his court dates.

Thanks to this brave mom, Leon-Alfaro will not be able to hurt or harass other children.

We applaud Doris for her courage and her quick action that helped bring this man to justice!

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