London, November 12 (ANI): A Hungarian national has been banned from using camera in public for the next two years after he was caught filming underneath women's skirts in a supermarket.
Szilard Szlavec, of Preston, Lancashire, was taken into custody after a security guard saw him putting his bag with a camera device near to the legs of three women wearing short skirts at Morrison's store in Riversway.he 30-year-old was later given the antisocial behaviour order after he confessed a charge of outraging public decency, reports the Telegraph.
Judge Andrew Woolman said: "This was a disgraceful offence. Fortunately none of the women discovered what you were doing but if they had they would have been severely shocked by your behaviour.
"I accept that you are ashamed at what you have done now that the whole matter has been discovered and you have been caught."
Szlavec was ordered to 12-month community service with a direction that he performs 80 hours of unpaid work.
He was further slapped with a two-year Asbo in which he cannot carry a camera in public, other than a camera in a mobile phone. However, he was not permitted to use the phone camera in public. (ANI)