The three-minute video shows the accused man walking around the hammam, begging the other men to let him go.
At one point, the man can be heard saying, “Please let me go; I will never do it again.”
The man filming asked people not to touch the man and tried to explain why they were conducting a kind of “citizen’s arrest” in the hammam.
The man behind the camera then explained to viewers,
“Brothers, we caught this man who brought a kid with him to the hammam to rape him.”
In the video, which was filmed on a phone, the man filming asked the man he accused to show his face. The alleged rapist begged not to, saying he would “never do it again.”
The accused man, who appeared to be in his 50s, did not deny the accusations while a group of men tried to show the camera his face.
The man filming also interviewed the child. The alleged victim said that the man had told him to come with him to the hammam and that he would pay for him. When they entered, the man asked him to take his underwear off so it would not get wet.
It is not the first time a pedophile scandal has caused outrage in Fez. In January, Fez police arrested a 58-year-old French pedophile who raped two little girls.
The pedophile was drugging and raping the minors.
Admitting to his charges, the Frenchman claimed that he could give the children “what they were deprived of: toys, food, gifts and money.”
In March, the Fez appeals court gave an eight-year prison sentence to the pedophile.