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“How to Detect Hidden Camera in Trial Room?” bullshit spreading over Facebook


If you use facebook like a “normal” people you might have noticed a viral message starting with “How to Detect Hidden Camera in Trial Room? ..shit shit” over facebook .  The full message reads ,

How to Detect Hidden Camera in Trial Room?
In front of the trial room take your mobile
and make sure that mobile can make calls……..
Then enter into the trail room, take your
mobile and make a call…..
If u can’t make a call……!!!!
There is a hidden camera……
This is due to the interference of fiber optic
cable during the signal transfer……
Please forward this to your friends to educate
this issue to the
public……To prevent our innocent ladies from
Pinhole Cameras in Changing Rooms of Big
Bazaar, Shoppers Stop?
A few days ago, I received this text message:
Please don’t use Trial room of BIG BAZAAR
there are pinhole cameras to make MMS of
young girls.
So, please forward to all girls. Also forward to
all boys who have sisters and girlfriends.
Don’t be shy in forwarding this message.
Because its about protecting the integrity of
all girls & ladies.
When we visit toilets, bathrooms, hotel rooms,
changing rooms, etc., How many of you know
for sure that the seemingly ordinary mirror
hanging on the wall is a real mirror, or
actually a 2-way mirror I.e., they can see you,
but you can’t see them. There have been
many cases of people installing 2-way mirrors
in female changing rooms or bathroom or
It is very difficult to positively identify the
surface by just looking at it. So, how do we
determine with any amount of certainty what
type of Mirror we are looking at?
Place the tip of your fingernail against the
reflective surface and if there is a GAP
between your fingernail and the image of the
nail, then it is a GENUINE mirror.
However, if your fingernail DIRECTLY TOUCHES
the image of your nail, then BEWARE, IT IS A 2-
WAY MIRROR! (There may be someone seeing
you from the other side). So remember, every
time you see a mirror, do the “fingernail test.”
It doesn’t cost you anything. It is simple to do.
This is a really good thing to do. The reason
there is a gap on a real mirror, is because the
silver is on the back of the mirror UNDER the
Whereas with a two-way mirror, the silver is
on the surface. Keep it in mind! Make sure
and check every time you enter in hotel
Share this with your sisters, wife, daughters,
friends, colleagues, etc….

1. This is due to the interference of fiber optic cable during the signal transfer – False. Fibre optic cables do not interfere with other electronics, and the camera almost certainly isn’t using one anyway. Any interference from the camera/cables is likely to be comparable to the amount provided by the webcam in your laptop, and the various cables at your desk, so they would not affect your mobile signal.
While a lack of signal may be evidence of a mobile signal jammer, it may also be the thick walls of the room or crappy mobile network.

2.Place the tip of your fingernail against the reflective surface and if there is a GAP between your fingernail and the image of the nail, then it is a GENUINE mirror. – This is false. A one-way mirror is a piece of glass that is dark on one side, and brightly lit on the other, with a coating of aluminum on one, or both sides. This means it could be coated behind the pane of glass, and this test would not work. Also another piece of glass can be placed in front anyway.
As for the reverse – cheap mirrors can be made with rolls of mirror-like material, that does not have glass in front of it. This material will fail this test, but cannot be used as a two-way mirror.

[ Answer Source : copied from internet & common sense ]

How to Detect Bullshit hoax messages in internet ?
Majority of bullshit messages have following things in common,

  • Starts with or has  long “……..”
  • Starts with “read this” , “important”
  • Ends with “share this with out enemy , friends, family, pet etc “


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