A massive tits webcam was found in Lake Charles, Louisiana, a suburb of Baton Rouge, according to the sheriff’s office.

The video surveillance system is about 5 feet high and about a foot wide.

Authorities said they are not releasing the name of the person who put it up on the water, saying they were not authorized to release the name.

The surveillance system was found Monday in the lake about 10:15 p.m.

The camera has no batteries, so it’s up to the user to recharge it.

The sheriff’s spokesman, Kevin Boles, said the camera was in the water when the sheriff deputies were notified.

Boles said the sheriff�s office is notifying the owners of the video surveillance equipment so it can be disposed of.

Bole said the surveillance system and camera were purchased from the same person.

Bols said the video camera was put up in the spring and that it was not known if it was broken.

The deputies were patrolling the area of the lake when they spotted a person walking with the device.

A neighbor who lived across the street noticed the surveillance camera and alerted the deputies, who followed the person to the lake, Boles told the Baton Rouge Advocate.

He said the deputy spotted the device and the person and then arrested them.

The man is a 25-year-old male, according a sheriff�reporter.

The deputy was wearing a face mask.

Bonser said deputies had no contact with the suspect and had no idea what he was doing with the video system.

The suspect is being held at the Sheriff�s Office for questioning.

Bieser said the man�s parents live in the neighborhood and the sheriff was aware that he was using the surveillance video system in the area.

Boeser said surveillance cameras are not illegal, and no other charges have been filed.

Bases and cameras have been illegal in Louisiana since the 1960s.

Louisiana state law prohibits the use of video surveillance to monitor people, but in cases of serious crime, such as kidnapping or murder, it can help the police catch people in the act.

Biosigner, who owns a landscaping company, said he does not know why the surveillance was put on the lake.

He called the man an “inappropriate person” and said he has not been notified of the investigation.

He also said he would be interested in speaking to the person that put the surveillance up on Lake Charles Lake.

Bierser said he contacted the person the surveillance is from to inquire about the video and the equipment.

He told the newspaper he is not sure how long the surveillance has been up there.