Man charged over hidden camera found in Starbucks toilet

Police in London launched an appeal last week

Man charged over hidden camera found in Starbucks toilet

Image: Metropolitan Police

A man has been charged with voyeurism following an appeal over a camera in a Starbucks toilet.

London police launched the appeal after the camera was discovered by a member of the public.

Detectives released an image of a man who was wanted for questioning, who is believed to have accidentally filmed himself installing the hidden camera.

Police said they believed the camera had been installed for a maximum of three to four weeks, and that it was installed for the purpose of voyeurism.

Antony Dines (31) of Shortlands Road, Kingston Upon Thames was arrested on Wednesday November 22nd.

He was taken to a London police station and was charged on Saturday with four counts of voyeurism.

He has been remanded in custody to appear in court on Monday November 27th.