The man accused of taking videos up women's skirts at the Westfarms Mall has been ordered by a judge to stay away from malls and women's clothing stores.
Husein Ahmetovic appeared in court on Thursday to face voyeurism charges.
Police arrested Ahmetovic, 46, of Waterbury, on June 28 after a woman reported seeing him allegedly taking video up women's skirts at the Forever 21 store in the WestFarms Mall in West Hartford. The woman confronted Ahmetovic and chased him through the mall and across the street when he ran.
Police said they found Ahmetovic with a digital camera that had 30 videos of 30 different women.
In court on Thursday, the judge ordered Ahmetovic to stay away from stores that sell women's clothes in Connecticut and to stay away from malls within 35 miles of Waterbury. He also told Ahmetovic he cannot use a camera outside his house and he was ordered to turn over his passport.
Ahmetovic is free on $10,000 bond. He will be back in court on Aug. 21.