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In news that further confirms something you knew all along -- that fast food restaurant restrooms are just the worst -- Andrew Crawford Boden, the Irving man arrested for allegedly hiding a camera in a Grapevine Braum's restroom, has been arrested again.

After the Braum's camera was found on May 23, witnesses identified Boden from police-released selfies recovered from the camera, according to the warrant for the Grapevine incident. When police talked to Boden at his home, an Irving Candlewood Suites, he confirmed placing the Braum's camera, and said he had placed more cameras throughout the area and that he checked the photos taken by those cameras on his computer at work.

Two of those mystery cameras -- which are made to look like electrical outlets -- were found in an Irving Starbucks in February and an Irving Corner Bakery in August.

Boden turned himself in earlier today after Irving police issued a warrant for his arrest, according to The Dallas Morning News. He remains in Irving city jail in lieu of $5,000 bail.

Both Irving and Grapevine police warn that there may still be more cameras out there, so you'd be advised to eye any odd-looking appliances or fixtures with suspicion.

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