Peeping Toms Fall Through Ceiling: See How Kovynev Brothers' Sneaky Desires Backfired [VIDEO]

By iScienceTimes Staff on May 1, 2013 12:02 PM EDT

Eduard Alexander Kovynev
Eduard Alexander Kovynev, pictured, is the older Kovynev that fell through the ceiling. It's unclear if he and the 26-year-old Eduard Petrovich Kovynev are related. (Photo: Gwinnett County Police)

Two accused Peeping Toms fell through the ceiling into a women's bathroom at a movie theater in Duluth, Ga. on Sunday while trying to spy on females, according to reports.

Eduard Petrovich Kovynev, 26, and Eduard Alexander Kovynev, 27, allegedly went up into the ceiling of Venture Value Cinema through the men's restroom, crawled over to the women's and then fell through the ceiling directly inside the stalls after the ceiling was unable to hold their weight, according to WSB-TV, who spoke with the theater's manager.

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As the Huffington Post noted, both accused Peeping Toms who fell through the ceiling were arrested following the incident Sunday evening and charged with criminal damage to property in the second degree, peeping Tom and public drunkenness. An officer wrote in arrest warrants that the men were "invading the privacy" of various customers, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported.

Thesmokinggun.com reports that the alleged Peeping Toms who fell through the ceiling caused more than $500 in damages to lights and the bathroom ceiling by "crawling around in ceiling" and "falling through the ceiling" at the 12-screen movie theater.

The Kovynevs were booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center and released after the incident on Sunday on $5000 bond.

See the aftermath of the accused Peeping Toms who fell through the ceiling below:

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