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Canada Man who hid phone in Saskatoon gas station bathroom pleads guilty to attempted voyeurism

00:05  13 november  2019
00:05  13 november  2019 Source:   thestarphoenix.com

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A former Fas Gas employee in Saskatoon who hid a cellphone in the ceiling of the gas station’s bathroom has received a 15-month community jail sentence after pleading guilty to attempted voyeurism.

The suspended sentence was a joint submission from the Crown and defence after Adnan Zafar Iqbal, 25, entered a plea to the lesser included offence on Tuesday in Saskatoon provincial court.

Court heard that a woman and four children, driving home to Manitoba from Alberta, stopped to buy fuel and use the bathroom at the Fas Gas on Circle Drive East on Sept. 1. Iqbal was seen entering the bathroom a minute before the kids, who were between the ages of eight and 15, each used the bathroom, Crown prosecutor Lana Morelli told court.

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Instead of leaving the bathroom , the victim used a different stall. But the woman said the situation Police took testimony from several witnesses who said they saw a man dressed as a woman leaving Greenville police found the accused near the gas station , still wearing the wig and women’s clothing.

a green sign with white text:  Adnan Zafar Iqbal, 25, pleaded guilty to attempted voyeurism in connection with an incident in a bathroom at the Saskatoon Fas Gas on Circle Drive East on Sept. 1, 2019 © Roy Antal Adnan Zafar Iqbal, 25, pleaded guilty to attempted voyeurism in connection with an incident in a bathroom at the Saskatoon Fas Gas on Circle Drive East on Sept. 1, 2019

The woman went to the washroom after the children, and “because of Spidey sense, she looked up at the ceiling,” Morelli said.

The woman saw an iPhone, face down, through a cracked ceiling tile . She took photos of the phone and of Iqbal before leaving the store and calling police, court heard. Surveillance video shows Iqbal enter the bathroom again, exit the washroom and then loiter in the store before leaving while using an iPhone.

Iqbal was arrested and released after police searched his phone and did not find any incriminating videos, court heard.

The woman, who cannot be identified after Judge Marilyn Penner issued a publication ban on the names of her and her children, posted on Facebook about the experience. After consulting with the Crown, the vice unit determined a voyeurism charge could be laid and Iqbal was arrested on Sept. 5.

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Despite having no proof that a video was taken in the gas station bathroom, police were able to determine that a video had been deleted on Iqbal’s phone sometime between 8:26 p.m. on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at 12:11 p.m. — approximately one minute after the woman left the bathroom, Morelli said. She told court it would have been very difficult for the Crown to prove the offence of voyeurism without video evidence.

“This was a prank gone wrong between two coworkers,” defence lawyer George Green said during his submissions.

Green said that “this can happen” when someone puts a camera in a public washroom.

Morelli disagreed with Green’s claim that this was prank.

Court heard Iqbal was born in Pakistan and came to Canada in 2017. He is married with a young son and no longer works at the gas station.

“I’m very sorry,” Iqbal told Penner, who accepted the joint submission. While he is on probation, Iqbal must complete 30 hours of community service, take personal counselling as directed and allow himself and any of his data devices to be searched “without reasonable or probable grounds” up to three times per month.

Voyeurism sentences range from fines and discharges to prison terms, Morelli noted, arguing the suspended sentence holds Iqbal accountable while allowing him to better himself in society.

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