Hersheypark Sued By Man Accused Of Snapping Girls' Pix

Law360 (July 5, 2018, 2:35 PM EDT) -- A Washington, D.C., man has filed suit in Pennsylvania federal court accusing Hersheypark amusement resort of having police detain and interrogate him under the false impression he was taking pictures of girls near a wave pool changing room.

James Patrick Cordes alleges in his complaint filed Tuesday that he was innocently using his cellphone while standing near a restroom and changing room just off a wave pool in the Hershey, Pennsylvania, amusement park on June 12 when another parkgoer accused him of taking inappropriate pictures and called for security.

He denied the allegations and stormed off, but that wasn't the end...

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