Data from police forces shows a rise in the number of reported incidents on the day a specific law banning upskirting comes into force.
Upskirting was passed in to law on Tuesday, meaning police can arrest people for the offence from April.
The Voyeurism (Offences) Bill, which caused outrage when Tory MP Sir Christopher Chope blocked its passage to law, is back in the Commons.
Justice minister Lucy Frazer told ITV News she was "very disappointed" after Christopher Chope blocked the bill in Parliament.
It all comes down to his objection to private members bills.
Sir Christopher Chope objected to making 'upskirting' a criminal offence and it's not the first time he's derailed well supported bills.
Sir Christopher Chope dealt a blow to campaigners after announcing he objected to the Voyeurism (Offences) Bill.
The worst offenders will face two years in jail if convicted, under the new plans.