Apple employees at a store in Queensland, Australia are alleged to have stolen intimate images from customer phones and rated photos of female staff and clients based on their appearance.

According to the Courier-Mail, staff at a store in Carindale had a “photo-sharing ring,” swapping pictures taken of other female staff and customers and rating them out of 10. 

“More than 100 close-up and explicit photos were taken of female staff and customers without their knowledge and photographs were also lifted from some Apple customers’ phones,” the publication reported.

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