Teenager avoids jail for spycam videos taken in changing rooms
A TEENAGE waiter who secretly filmed women in leisure centre changing rooms has avoided prison.
Ajay Dhalliwal, 18, regularly visited Cirencester Leisure Centre, Glocs, and held his mobile phone underneath cubicles to film people.
When cops searched the bedroom of his house in Stroud on November 8 last year, they found a silver tablet and an iPhone with videos of people being filmed covertly.
This included the changing rooms in Fifth Dimension Gym, Stroud, and the River Island in Cribbs Causeway shopping centre, Bristol, where the waiter also filmed himself committing a lewd act.
He was arrested when a woman saw him holding a white mobile phone under the wall of her cubicle in Cirencester.
Dhalliwal pleaded guilty to four charges of committing voyeurism between August 2014 and November 2016.
At Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court he was handed a 10-month prison sentence suspended for two years and was given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for five years.
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