A lifeguard at Lanark swimming pool has been convicted of holding a mobile camera phone under the door of a cubicle while a woman was drying herself. Lanark Sheriff Court heard that the woman saw the phone with the lens upwards, wrapped a towel around herself, then opened the door to confront David Boag rising from a crouched position. Boag, 26, from Larkhall, had denied a charge brought under the sexual offences act stating that he had operated equipment with the intention of enabling himself or another to observe the woman in a private act, while she was in a state of undress. No photo was found on the phone. The offence happened in the changing village at Lanark Lifetyles complex in July and the trial has run over a number of days.
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David Boag, 26, had been working at a council-run facility when he put his mobile phone under a cubicle door after seeing the woman enter a changing room. However, she spotted the device and screamed before opening the door to find Boag looking at her. She said she recognised him as a staff member at the South Lanarkshire Lifestyles facility in Lanark. The incident was reported by the woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, and an investigation was launched. Boag, of Larkhall, Lanarkshire, faked illness when he was confronted by senior staff but was arrested following a police investigation. He has now been convicted of using his mobile phone with the intention of filming the woman while she was undressed in July last year. A trial at Lanark Sheriff Court heard Boag deny the allegations and claim he had been in the changing area checking a faulty tap. CCTV footage showed Boag walking through the leisure centre as he carried out his duties before the incident but filmed him looking noticeably panicked moments later.
A lifeguard had to be rescued by the fire brigade when he became stuck after being caught spying on a nude woman in a leisure centre, a court has heard. Steven Dickson, 19, is accused of ogling the woman from underneath a cubicle partition before she spotted him and when he tried to flee became trapped under the divider. The victim screamed when she saw Dickson, who allegedly panicked so much that when firefighters came to his aid they feared the tearful employee would suffer a heart attack, the Mirror reported. The victim told Carlisle Crown Court that she had been for a swim at Cockermouth Leisure Centre in Cumbria, when the incident happened on October 7 and had been deeply 'shocked' at her discovery. Centre manager Aimee Threapleton said that Dickson, who had worked at the complex for two years, told her he had made a dreadful mistake and had only had a look at the woman. But the defendant, from Maryport, Cumbria, insisted to the jury that he was unaware anyone was in the changing particle. He claims he was attempting to unlock a door that he thought someone had locked as a prank and would never have looked if he knew someone was in the cubicle. Share or comment on this article: 'Peeping Tom lifeguard trapped himself after spying on naked woman'.