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    NZ man secretly filmed 34 women in shower, shared videos on porn site

    A New Zealand man pleads guilty after secretly recording 34 women in the shower, using remote-controlled cameras in shampoo bottles.

    A New Zealand man has pleaded guilty after secretly recording 34 women in the shower and posting the videos to an online porn site.

    The man from Hawkes Bay on New Zealand's North Island recorded the women — who stayed at holiday accommodation between late 2017 and early 2018 — in 219 seperate recordings, local media reported.

    The women, the majority of whom were aged under 30, were allowed access to a shower during their stays and were then unknowingly filmed by hidden cameras in shampoo bottles, The New Zealand Herald reported.

    The man told police he had "done it for the thrill and risk of being caught", said.

    The videos were discovered after being made available to other users of an online porn site the man joined.

    Four videos published on the site involved three of the women, and described them by race and other identifying details such as occupation. The man encouraged others to view and comment on the videos.

    The man also encouraged other users to motivate him to make more recordings and revealed acts he wanted to engage in with his victims.

    The videos have since been deleted from the site, police said.

    The man pleaded guilty to 51 charges at Hastings Local Court on Thursday and was granted identity suppression to protect his wife, who he said suffered from a health condition.

    He was released on bail ahead of sentencing.

    The most serious of the charges carry a 14-year maximum jail term.


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