A landlord has made 183 videos featuring how his tenants had sex.
The unsuspecting tenants discovered that the man who rented the house to them had installed cameras in their bedrooms and bathrooms.
The landlord made sex videos from their intimate activities.
The perverted landlord confessed to law enforcement agents that he made secret videos of the tenants’ activities, especially when they were engaged in sex.
Paul Dunster, 59, installed the secret cameras mainly to watch people showering and having sex.
He was caught with 183 videos of naked women made over a 10-year period.
As reported by Metro UK, “It is sad story and one which is disgusting,” the judge told him during sentencing.
The court heard he did it to “satisfy his sexual needs.”
Dunster initially denied two charges of voyeurism, but later admitted making the secret videos.
Police raided former security worker Dunster’s home in Portsmouth and found two memory cards containing the voyeuristic videos.
Prosecutor David Reid told Portsmouth Crown Court: “The first memory card had 18 videos which showed sexual encounters between men and women in the bedroom.
“Those videos lasted a total of 20 minutes, but none of the tenants were aware of the camera.
“The second memory card was taken from the bathroom and showed women having baths and showers – women who were also totally unaware they were filmed.
“There was significant planning to this and it was an abuse of trust, as the women were tenants.”
The court heard army veteran Dunster was landlord of seven flats and had total outstanding mortgages of £870,000.
Daniel Reilly, mitigating, told the hearing: “Many residents are extremely grateful he lets them rent rooms the way he does.”
Sentencing Dunster, Judge David Melville QC said: “The residents would have been disgusted to know you had a camera set up in the bedroom to film people having sex.
“I’m sure people would also have been disgusted to know you set up a camera in the bathroom to satisfy your sexual needs.
“It is sad story and one which is disgusting.”
Dunster was ordered to pay a £5,000 fine plus £500 in costs, and was given 100 hours of unpaid work with 20 rehabilitation days.
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