A middle-aged man went under the nationwide pressed the radar, when he in november last year was found to have taken four illegal, blufærdighedskrænkende pictures of his step-daughter on the toilet and in the shower.
He used a hidden surveillance camera. The filming took place in 2017. At the time, was step-daughter, however minor.
the Man was also found guilty of a number of violations of the rules of droneflyvning. He flew without dronebevis and without a have taken out liability insurance.
the Violations triggered a total penalty of seven daily a' 700 crowns as well as the confiscation of his drone.
The defendants explained that affograferingen of step-daughter, however, was a misunderstanding.
He claimed that he set the camera up in the bathroom to keep an eye on how his son followed his instructions to wash his hands. The daughter was then on some of the images.
the Police could confirm that the man immediately deleted the images, as technicians subsequently recovered from his computer's trash.
The now convicted man has reportedly been talked out with the girl. He is married to her mother, who was present during the man's interrogation in court, and the case has not split the bornholm family.
- My step-daughter is not mad. She knows it was a mistake. I'm insanely sorry that there at home with us and shot someone, that should not be filmed, told the man.
Hidden camera surveillance and the feeling of being beluret by means of electronics, can in general have a strong offensive. It was clear from the criminal proceedings against the wake.
An immediate sense of anger and slur beamed her out of the 34-year-old woman, when she testified against an accused family man with considerable technological 'know-how'.
- I was eddikesur. It is here I find myself not in. I have a high wall around my patio, and I will be allowed to be in peace. It is eddermame disgusting, said the woman, who had notified the man to monitor and photograph her with the help of an advanced DJI Phantom 3 drone.
the Woman claimed in court that what she saw as the same drone had flown 'four to five times' in flagstangshøjde over her patio during the summer.
the Drone affair played out supposedly in June of this year, and the woman hesitated by his own admission, not to follow after the drone, confront its owner on the site, and report this matter to the Bornholm Police.
But in the end, the court found it not proven that he's in the drone-the relationship violated the statutory provision concerning unlawful photography.
The now-convicted bornholm is so far with impunity. He was in addition to the violation ratio is among other things judged to have flown several times over in urban areas without permission and for not having had the requisite liability insurance.
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