A married tourist from Hong Kong is behind bars after allegedly hiding a camera inside a deodorant stick in the bathroom of a Sydney hostel. The man's roommate - a young woman on holiday from France - had just finished showering when she allegedly spotted the camera and a toiletry bag on the sink of their shared ensuite on Monday night. Officers arrested and searched Charles Chung, 36, who allegedly had numerous hard drives and storage devices with videos of other women in private acts. A year-old French woman found a hidden camera in a deodorant stick while using a shared bathroom at Village Hostel Bondi Beach pictured. This is not normal,' Mr Arabalo said. Charles Chung from Hong Kong allegedly installed the hidden camera in the bathroom to film women stock image. Police allege they found the remains of a smashed camera when they searched the room. Chung had travelled to Australia for the first time to attend an IT conference, while leaving his wife of three years in Hong Kong. Chung was refused bail at Waverley Local Court pictured and has been charged with installing a device to observe and film another.
Following a thorough check of the premises, police found two cameras hidden in light bulbs, two on hangers and behind curtains in bedrooms and two in the bathrooms. Chennai police have arrested year-old Sampath Raj, owner of a women's hostel in Aadambakkam, after they found that he had kept hidden cameras in several parts of the accommodation including the bathroom. Police inspected the hostel on Tuesday after they received a complaint from the women tenants on December 2. He was renting out three bedrooms at the hostel in Thillai Ganga Nagar and seven girls were staying there. They had paid an advance of Rs 20, and decided on a monthly rent of Rs. It had been open for only the last two months. The first one was found by a girl when she was using the bathroom. She kept trying to plug a hair dryer into the socket and realised that the plug wouldn't go in.
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A Hong Kong tourist has been charge after a hidden camera he allegedly concealed in a stick of deodorant was discovered at a Sydney hostel Monday night. The camera was found by a year-old French woman when she noticed the device shortly after showering, according to the New South Wales police. The woman reportedly took photos of the hidden camera peaking out of a deodorant in a toiletry bag on the sink before contacting the police. The 36 year old, who has not been named, also had numerous hard drives with him filled with videos of women that appear to have also been taken by secret cameras, the police report said. The woman checked in to the hostel on Sunday, and was allocated a room with the Hong Kong man, whom she did not know. The man has been charged with installing devices to film others and possessing surveillance devices intended for unlawful use. He has been refused bail and is set to appear in court Tuesday, according to the police statement. The case comes amid a wave of spycam crimes that involve cameras concealed in public places, like restrooms and hotels, that record people without their consent. Thousands of such voyeuristic cases were reported in South Korea last year, while incidents have also prompted arrests in the U. Write to Amy Gunia at amy.
A man is facing court today after a woman discovered a hidden camera concealed in a deodorant stick in a hostel bathroom. A woman discovered a hidden camera in the bathroom of her Bondi Beach hostel. A man will appear in court today after a hostel roommate found his hidden camera inside a deodorant stick in a bathroom in Bondi Beach overnight. Their shared room had an en suite bathroom. At about 10pm yesterday, after showering, she noticed a toiletry bag on the sink in the bathroom had a deodorant stick, and inside appeared to be a hidden camera. He was charged with installing a device, adapt a building to observe or film other, and possessing surveillance devices intended for unlawful use. Continue the conversation dollyybird phoebe. Hotel rooms may look clean but they can secretly be havens for germs and not always in the places you may expect. Log in No account? Sign up Log out news.