ORLANDO, Fla. -- Orlando police said they arrested a man who had cameras laced to his tennis shoes.
Officers said Robert Greis was caught snooping on a shopper inside the Total Wine store on East Colonial Drive.
The victim said she was looking at a newspaper when her boyfriend, who was paying at a cash register, saw the 67-year-old Greis slide his sneaker under her skirt.
According to police, the victim's boyfriend performed a citizen's arrest on Greis and placed him against a window at the store until authorities arrived.
After his arrest, authorities said Greis was placed in the back of a patrol car without handcuffs while the officer spoke to the victim and her boyfriend.
Greis is accused of destroying one of the memory cards containing the images, and investigators said they recovered five pieces of the card, but not enough to rebuild the entire thing.
Officers said that black vinyl was cut and placed between the tongue of the shoe and shoe strings in order to conceal the camera from view.
The entire incident was caught on surveillance video along with photographs of the two shoes holding upright cameras potentially used for voyeurism.
Greis has since bonded out of jail but is still facing felony charges for video voyeurism and destruction of evidence.