Scotmid pervert filmed customers’ underwear sneaking phone up their skirts
A shop assistant used his phone to secretly film up the skirts of unsuspecting customers.
Scotmid worker Robert Stevens recorded multiple women at two different stores without their knowledge.
When police raided his home in Lennoxtown they recovered several videos of him passing the camera under their skirts to film their underwear as well as 3,244 photographs and clips of “extreme pornography”.
The 33-year-old creep pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court and today was spared jail and an 18 month supervision order imposed.
It’s the second time he has avoided being banged up, in 2018 the creep was ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work for a voyeurism conviction.
The court head today that Stevens was working at the Scotmid stores in Bishopbriggs and Milngavie when he filmed the unsuspecting customers between 2012 and 2017.
A number of devices were found at his home officers during the raid and later examined.
Prosecutor Lauren McRobert explained: “A phone video of him filming women before passing the camera under their skirt to film their underwear was initially recovered.
“The police identified the location of the videos.
“These are sites where Stevens was employed as a store assistant.”
Stevens – who no longer works for Scotmid – later admitted to police he had recorded the footage without the knowledge of the women.