SEATTLE -- A TSA screener at Sea-Tac Airport is accused of recording up the skirt of a female passenger as he rode behind her on an escalator.

The TSA received a tip about the worker and had detectives follow him during a break. The suspect walked directly to baggage claim and positioned himself behind a woman on the escalator. A special agent noticed the suspect turn on his phone's flashlight and place it under the woman's skirt as they rode the escalator.

Detectives stopped the suspect and arrested him for voyeurism. He waived his first court appearance on Wednesday. A judge set his bond at $7,500 and rescheduled the court appearance for Thursday.