Care­taker drilled hole to perv at shower girls


A SCHOOL care­taker has been jailed for six months for spy­ing on girls show­er­ing in a chang­ing room.

Nigel French, 51, drilled a hole in the floor above a shower cu­bi­cle to se­cretly watch the naked girls af­ter swim­ming lessons.

But the Peep­ing Tom was caught when the deputy head­mas­ter at Pen y dre High School in Merthyr Tyd­fil, south Wales, spot­ted his feet pok­ing out from un­der gym mats.

Mar­ried dad-of-two French said he was look­ing for bats in the stor­age room but was found guilty of at­tempted voyeurism at Merthyr Crown Court.

A peep hole was found above the show­ers and a ceil­ing tile had been moved to give a “bet­ter view”.

The for­mer Scout leader and de­vout church­goer, of Peny­dar­ren, Merthyr Tyd­fil, must reg­is­ter as a sex of­fender for seven years.

He was banned from ever work­ing with chil­dren.

Judge Richard Twom­low said: “No girl who went into that chang­ing room will know whether they were spied on. You’ve demon­strated no re­morse.” THE Olympic vil­lage is now a hot­bed of sex, booze and non stop par­ty­ing, ac­cord­ing to ath­letes.

Most com­peti­tors have now fin­ished their events which means they’re re­ally let­ting their hair down.!

And a new book, called The Se­cret Olympian, has blown the lid on what re­ally goes on, and some stars of this year’s Games have spo­ken out to give the low­down on the event you don’t see on TV – hor­i­zon­tal jog­ging.

Amer­i­can women’s football goalie Hope Solo says the con­tes­tants can’t stop shag­ging now the pres­sure is off for them to per­form on the field.

The 31-year-old babe said: “There’s a lot of sex go­ing on. With a once-in-a-life­time ex­pe­ri­ence you want to build mem­o­ries, whether it’s sex­ual, par­ty­ing or out on the field.

“I’ve seen peo­ple hav­ing sex right out in the open. On the grass, be­tween build­ings, peo­ple are get­ting down and dirty.”

The worst thing you can do as an ath­lete tak­ing part in the Games is have a boyfriend or girl­friend as you’re miss­ing out on loads of chances to pull.

U.S. swim­mer Ryan Lochte, 28, ex­plained: “I had a girl­friend dur­ing my pre­vi­ous Olympics. A big mis­take. Now I’m sin­gle so Lon­don should be re­ally good.”

The anony­mous au­thor of The Se­cret Olympian, who took part in the Athens Games in 2004, says the girls and boys are rar­ing to go.

He ex­plained: “What hap­pens in the vil­lage stays in the vil­lage. But most of the ac­tual hook­ing up tends to hap­pen at par­ties out­side the vil­lage.

“Hav­ing fin­ished com­pe­ti­tions, the ath­letes need to do some­thing else to burn off their en­ergy.

“Like thor­ough­bred horses that haven’t had a run for a while, they get frisky!”

The source said that as the Games go on, the mood gets more steamy, so by now they’ll be well on their way to work­ing through the 150,000 free con­doms sent into the camp by Durex.


These snaps of Yank swim­mer Michael Phelps, 25, show just how hard they like to party.

Af­ter win­ning a record haul he showed his bum stroking skills, fondling a scant­ily clad lass as he par­tied in Bei­jing.

British cy­cling hero of the mo­ment Bradley Wig­gins, 32, cel­e­brated his win with a vodka and tonic bender, af­ter his medal haul reached a to­tal of seven last week, in­clud­ing four golds.

And al­though he waited for his events to be over be­fore he got stuck into the booze, the book re­veals that other con­tenders do sneak al­co­hol in.

The Se­cret Olympian ex­plained: “Booze is banned in the vil­lage but peo­ple bring in gin and vodka in their wa­ter bot­tles to get it through se­cu­rity.

“At the Athens Games, we got crates of lager into the vil­lage, but I’m not sure how.”

The girls in the Vil­lage have also been get­ting hot un­der the col­lar as they pre­pared for their events – by read­ing bonk­buster Fifty Shades of Grey.

The E L James book, which has taken the planet by storm, is filled with wild sex scenes.

Ali­cia Coutts, 24, from the Aus­tralian swim­ming team, said: “Most of the swim­ming girls are read­ing Fifty Shades of Grey. We’re all talk­ing about it.”

The Se­cret Olympian also told how a sure­fire way to get into a party is to flash a medal. He said: “At the af­ter par­ties it’s a way to jump the queue and get your mates in as well. “You get treated like a hero.” Now, just a few days away from the Games end­ing on Sun­day, the ath­letes will be get­ting ready to party!

A source said: “The at­mos­phere def­i­nitely changes as the Olympic progress. Once you’ve fin­ished your com­pe­ti­tion, it’s a blitz for free­dom.”

The fi­nal night of the Olympics is the party to end all par­ties.

He re­called: “At the Bei­jing Olympics, there were some who went out and par­tied, didn’t go to bed, came back to the vil­lage, packed their bags, went straight to the air­port and went home.

“There are two camps – you’re ei­ther ec­static that you achieved your goals, or you f***ed up and are dev­as­tated.

“There’s no in-be­tween.”

OAR­SOME FUN: Brit sil­ver medal row­ers Richard Cham­bers and Mark Hunter take a rick­shaw to

Chi­nawhites night­club PARTY GIRL: Dou­ble bronze swim­mer Re­becca Adling­ton out on the town with

pals PEO­PLED VIL­LAGE: Yank goalie Hope says ath­letes go wild

VIC­TORY DANCE: Ath­letes cel­e­brate at Chi­nawhites night­club

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