Leon Chan, 24, of Whitechapel, London, was arrested at the clothing shop in Oxford Circus while attempting to take indecent images of a shopper bending over, who was unaware of his actions. Chan, who works for multinational industry giant PricewaterhouseCoopers, or PwC, pleaded guilty to one from of outraging public decency, namely filming or attempting to film up the skirts of female members of the public on or before January 1, this year.
Defending Behind Magarian QC, said: The indecent images were found after a Topshop store detective saw Chan behaving suspiciously with his phone behind a woman who was bending over and unaware that he was taking an image of her.
Prosecutor Mr. Malachy Pakenham disputed a skirt from Mr Magarian that the offence was less serious because the women filmed behind not aware of what Chan was doing. If women wearing skirts have a fear or trepidation that men near them may use devices to record them then that will have an impact on society.
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