Need some help catching creeps, Target?
After a woman was filmed at a Target store in Dallas, Attorney General Ken Paxton stated he hopes the corporation “finally recognizes the importance of protecting its customers, especially in environments where they can be at their most vulnerable.”
Paxton issued the statement Friday afternoon, noting a similar incident at a Target store in Frisco, where a man used his cell phone to target a woman in a changing room.
Paxton is offering the “resources of my office” to help Target improve its “safety procedures,” the statement read.
By now readers of OneNewsNow may be familiar with Target’s controversial bathroom and changing room policy that caters to transgendered people.
Yet the policy allows any man – no matter his appearance – into the same restrooms and changing rooms, thus allowing sexual predators easy access to women and girls.
Target’s corporate office is publicly aligned with homosexual causes, and the liberal policy was restated in April amid controversy over a so-called “bathroom bill” in North Carolina.
American Family Association raised the obvious issue of public safety days after Target’s announcement. Accusing the retail giant of putting ideology ahead of customer safety, AFA launched an online boycott pledge that has reached more than 1.4 million signatures.
The boycott web page also includes news reports of “peeping toms” and other similar incidents at Target stores in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, among others.
After this latest incident, Dallas police are looking for a white male with brown hair who fled in a Ford Explorer.