A man in the UK who was caught on CCTV sniffing a supermarket worker's bottom at least 20 times is being hunted by police.
The man reportedly visited the Co-op supermarket in Plymouth on consecutive weekends and repeatedly sniffed the worker.
The CCTV images show him pretending to grab items from shelves while simultaneously putting his face close to the worker's rear.
In one of the frames his face is so close his nose appears to be touching the worker.
"I thought it was all a bit strange," the worker, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told The Sun.
"I was shocked and couldn't believe he was in the aisle for that long."
The offences were discovered when an employee became suspicious and checked the security video.
Police are treating the incidents as a sexual assault and are hunting the man, who is described as 40-something with red hair and glasses.
Detective Constable Steve White said the assaults occurred on October 31 and November 7.
"It's a bizarre incident ... the shop was full of people," he said.
"Someone must have seen the man."