The Vancouver Sun reports that a warrant is out for the arrest of Two Chefs and a Table co-owner, Allan Bosomworth, who authorities allege observed or recorded people "in a place in which they could reasonably be expected to be nude, to expose their genital organs and, or anal region," according to the indictment and arrest warrant filed Sept. 13, 2013. The documents cite part of section 162 of the Criminal Code."
The Vancouver Sun reports:
The alleged offence, which carries a prison sentence of up to five years but has not been proven in court, took place between Dec. 14, 2012 and Dec. 18, 2012, according to the court document. During the busy Christmas party season, the only bathroom at Two Chefs And A Table, a popular, upscale, 28-seat restaurant on the edge of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, would have been used by hundreds of guests. It was the only private space in the restaurant, and the place where staff routinely changed in and out of their uniforms before and after their shifts.
Restaurant workers interviewed by the Canadian Press say that Two Chefs' co-owner, Karl Gregg told them about the camera and apologised to them.
Gregg refused to be interviewed about the case. When contacted by telephone, he said a lawyer hired by the Two Chefs business advised him not to comment on the matter. Both servers said Gregg told them he reported the matter to the police, prompting the investigation.
Neither of the two servers interviewed by The Canadian Press were interviewed or involved in the police investigation despite having worked on the nights in question. They say officers working on the case told them police would not be informing the victims of the alleged act since the camera only captured footage of people from the waist down, the first server said. Gregg would not provide contact information for his lawyer or for Bosomworth. Bosomworth has not appeared before court to face the charges and could not be reached for comment.