PHOENIX - A former Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport worker accused of placing a tiny camera inside an employee bathroom to videotape women has been sentenced to six months in jail .
Maricopa County prosecutors say 27-year-old Bruce Christopher Kludt also was sentenced Monday to three years of probation and ordered to register as a sex offender.
Kludt was charged with attempted surreptitious videotaping in February and entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Phoenix police say Kludt placed a small video camera under the toilet seat in the bathroom that wasn't available for use by members of the public.
A search warrant was served on Kludt's home in Surprise and police seized his computer's hard drive and other electronic storage devices. They say they found videos of three different women using the restroom.
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