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Vancouver Restaurateur in Hidden Camera Case Surrenders to Police

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The Vancouver restaurateur wanted for allegedly installing a hidden camera in his establishment's bathroom has turned himself in to police. The Vancouver Sun reports that Allan Bosomworth, whose restaurant Two Chefs and a Table shuttered in June of this year, surrendered to local authorities after being charged earlier this month with "secretly observing nudity in a private place." The camera was allegedly discovered by a co-owner last December; an official arrest warrant hadn't been issued until September 13 of this year.

Earlier this week, Two Chefs and a Table — which still operates a location in Richmond, BC — made a statement via Facebook, saying: "The safety of our staff and customers is always topmost in our minds... As owners, we are saddened, sickened and devastated by what has occurred but as this matter is now before the courts we have been advised that we are unable to further comment on specifics." If convicted, Bosomworth faces a possible sentence of five years in prison.

· Two Chefs And A Table Restaurant Co-Owner Turns Himself In [Sun]
· All Crime Coverage on Eater [-E-]

Two Chefs and a Table

305 Alexander St., Vancouver, BC V6A 1C4

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