Man arrested for filming couple’s private act

NSW Police in Inner Sydney arrested a man for fitting a hidden camera in a couple’s bedroom and filming private acts without consent.

Police got alerted about the issue when a woman contacted after finding a hidden camera in a smoke detector fitted in her bedroom of a shared apartment. Officers from Burwood Police Area Command then commenced an investigation and executed a crime scene warrant at the apartment on Wilga Street Tuesday, NSW Police said in a statement. 

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Police warrant execution concluded with the arrest of the accused, a 24-year-old man for fitting a hidden camera to shoot a couple’s private affairs. The accused, who shared an apartment with the woman and other two, was charged with ‘install/use etc device record conversation not party to and film person in private act without consent.’ He got conditional bail to appear before Burwood Local Court on March 3.

 

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