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10th February 2014

Staff member charged with voyeurism

A member of the House Services Team has been charged with two counts of voyeurism

A male member of staff has been charged after two women were watched while using a toilet in University of Manchester buildings.

The two incidents happened on 2 December 2013 and 28 January 2014 in women’s toilets on campus.

The man, who works in the House Services team at the University, has been accused of peering over the toilet cubicle from an adjacent cubicle and watching the women.

He has been charged with two accounts of voyeurism, and is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on 18th February 2014.

Anyone with information about either incident, or any other incident, is urged to call the police on 0161 856 4223.

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