UPS Driver Accused of Peeping on Customer

According to police, the deliveryman allegedly snuck into a customer's house and spied on her as she took a bath

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    Police arrested a UPS driver on Wednesday after he allegedly snuck into a female customer's home in San Carlos and watched her bathe.

    Police arrested a UPS driver Wednesday after he allegedly snuck into a female customer’s home and spied on her while she took a bath.

    According to authorities, the incident took place after the UPS employee, 43-year-old Walter Flowers, dropped off a package at the customer’s home in the 6800 block of Tuxedo Road in San Carlos just before 1 p.m.

    After delivering a package, police said Flowers allegedly snuck into the woman’s home through an unlocked door.

    The woman allegedly saw him standing in the hallway outside her bathroom, watching her as she bathed.

    Flowers fled the scene and the woman called police.

    After police contacted the man’s employers, Flowers voluntarily returned to the scene and was arrested on suspicion of trespassing, peeping and prowling.

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