A Kansas woman had her privacy violated while trying on clothes in a Kohl's dressing room this week -- and she wasn't about to just let it go.
Jeanne Ouellette says she caught a peeping Tom videotaping her with his cellphone through a gap in the wall of the dressing room. Rather than freezing in horror, the topless woman instead chased after the man.
Ouellette told KCTV that she followed the creep, shouting "Stop! Help me!" along the way.
"I just screamed and chased him topless through the store. I know I shouldn't be chasing someone ... I was just enraged. I was at a store in a very private place, and I was enraged and I wanted to get the phone," she added.
Once she got to the front doors of the store, she finally stopped as "common sense took over."
However, brave bystanders finished the job for her and the suspect was reportedly nabbed about three blocks away from the store.
The suspect, identified as Jeremy Bradley, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor breach of privacy. He faces up to a year in jail and a fine of $2,500.
It wasn't immediately clear why Bradley looks so amused in his mug shot photo.