Man Films Female Friends Who Stayed At His Place While They Were In Shower Because He Got Bored Of P.o.r.n

By 06:20 Sat, 20 Jun 2020 Comments

A sick Peeping Tom filmed his friends in the shower because he was "bored" of watching p.o.r.n.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Ryan Oliver, 23, filmed five different women, including his friends and ex-girlfriend, when they stayed over at his home in Raymond Terrace in the NSW Hunter Region, Australia.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Oliver lurked outside the bedroom windows of several women and filmed them n-ked as they walked out of the shower and got dressed between April and December 2018.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

He also kept videos of a woman from August 2017 showing her showering, Raymond Terrace Local Court heard.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Oliver also had multiple n-ked "intimate" photos of her in her bedroom at her home, The Newcastle News reported.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

When he lived in Bathurst he also recorded another woman as she was showering, police say.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

The collection of videos and images were found by his former girlfriend on January 10 as she went through Olivier's room and belongings.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

The ex-girlfriend reported the incident to police and Oliver showed them he filmed the women by sitting his phone on the window ledge to record them.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Oliver told police he filmed the girls as watching p*rn got too boring.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

The 23-year-old pleaded guilty to nine charges of intentionally recording intimate images without consent in court on Monday.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Oliver's lawyer Lauren O'Brien told the court he had shown "honest remorse" and understands how his actions caused his victims to become distressed.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Magistrate Brett Shields told Oliver his behaviour was "reprehensible" and an invasion of the women's privacy.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

"Everybody has the right to be within their homes, to go about their lives without this intrusion. It is very troubling," he said.(Wapbaze_Copyright)

Oliver was sentenced to a three-year Intensive Corrections Order and 300 hours of community service.



Related Article



Please LOGIN or REGISTER To Gain Full Access To This Article