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