Bjorn R. Broms, a Transportation Security Administration supervisor at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, was accused for breaking government data procedures after filming a toddler on a luggage carousel and sharing the footage to local media. He made the movie from closed-circuit footage and forwarded it to Minneapolis Public Radio, who put it up on their website. Airport authorities discovered he had also snapped 42 images of women during pre-flight inspections during the course of the inquiry. Shorts, tank tops, tight pants, and other similar attire were worn by all of the women. Officials said he’s unlikely to face charges over the photos because identifying the victim is tough.