Olympics: Peeping Tom to face prison next time

2012-09-18 00:00

LONDON — A British judge says a voyeur who snooped on members of China’s Olympic swimming team risks being sent to prison if he enters a female locker room in the next five years.

Declan Crosbie was sentenced yesterday after he previously admitted a charge of trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence.

Prosecutors told Leeds Crown Court that the 25-year-old sneaked into a locker room at a swimming training centre, and was caught peeking over the top of cubicles as female Chinese Olympic athletes got changed.

When staff went to investigate, Crosbie hid in a cubicle and imitated a woman’s voice.

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