The man ran from security while covered in feces and was arrested. This year, the festival is beefing up security and adding safer bathrooms.
"It's actually called the VIP presidential toilet," Marsha Austin, with Hanuman Festival, said.
The toilets this year won't allow for a repeat of last year. That's when Luke Chrisco was spying on women from underneath the toilets.
"And we're just happy that he was caught, and we won't experience this again," Austin said.
The toilets flush this year, so there's no room for anybody to hide, Austin says. The portable units include sinks. These porta potties are top of the line, Austin says.
Rachel Ryle remembers seeing Chrisco before the festival last year. The Boulder resident was at her friend's place attending a barbeque when she says Chrisco came up to her group without his shirt on.
"He very confidently came up, and sat on our porch," Ryle said.
After an uncomfortable conversation that included him asking her to be in a home movie with him, Ryle says they asked him to leave.
"Days later, we see his mug shot on TV. And sure enough, the man who asked me to be in a movie in his bedroom - was the porta potty peeper!" Ryle said.
At the Hanuman Festival, which goes all weekend at Boulder High School, organizers say they are not taking any chances.
"It's impossible for someone who might be a copycat for something like this to happen again," Austin said.
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