Nurse who spied on women with bathroom cam gets three-year probation and €5,500 fine

Mater Dei nurse who used bathroom spy cam to peep at female colleagues is fined €5,550 and gets three-year probation order

The man pleaded guilty to taking a photograph of a private or sexual nature without the consent of the subject
The man pleaded guilty to taking a photograph of a private or sexual nature without the consent of the subject

Alexander Borg, the peeping tom nurse who installed a spy camera in lavatories used by female members of staff at Mater Dei Hospital has been fined €5500 and placed on probation for 3 years.

He admitted the charges last week, and was also placed under a psychological treatment order for 3 years.

Borg, 28 from Fgura, had pleaded guilty to a solitary charge of taking a photograph of a private or sexual nature without the consent of the subject when he was arraigned before magistrate Astrid May Grima. His victims are believed to be medical professionals.

After hearing the man plead guilty, the magistrate had put the case off till today for sentencing.

Inspector Colin Sheldon prosecuted together with inspector Sergio Pisani from the Cybercrime unit.

Lawyer Ishmael Psaila was defence counsel.

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