A Delhi-based journalist was filmed at a posh lingerie store in South Delhi’s Greater Kailash M-block market while the shopkeeper was allegedly watching footage from the hidden camera live.While an FIR has been lodged in the case, the police are yet to make any arrests and the accused shopkeeper continues to run free.While the incident took place on August 31, an FIR was registered 3 days after the incident at the Greater Kailash police station under IPC Section 354 C (voyeurism). But so far no action has been taken against the accused shopkeeper. The FIR copy is in possession of Mail Today.Police did not rule out the possibilities of shopkeeper having footage of several other women in his database from the hidden camera. Further investigation in the incident is on.This is not the first incident when a woman was filmed without her knowledge either through a hidden camera or normal CCTV camera. In 2015, Union minister Smriti Irani spotted a hidden camera in the changing room of a Fabindia store in Goa.This time it is in the heart of Delhi’s favorite GK M-block market. “After selecting the garments, I asked a female staffer to direct me to the trial room. On her directions, I went to a room and tried all the garments. Ten minutes later, the same woman came inside and asked me to go to another room as the room in which she was changing has a CCTV camera,” she said.In a shocking state, the victim couldn’t understand how to deal with the situation at that time.”In the meantime, the woman insisted me to go to another room to try the garments. At that time, I was half-clothed and saw that two men, including the shopkeeper, was sitting near the room. I yelled at her and immediately put on my clothes and came out,” the 27-year-old journalist told the police.”I then made a call to the police control room and gave them a written complaint. By then, the shopkeeper who was watching me live on the screen deleted the footage and assured that nothing has been stored,” she told Mail Today.Police said on an FIR has been registered and further action is underway.