A B&B owner, who strangely resembles Leonard Nemoy, was using secret peepholes to watch and record his guests while they were having sex. The hidden cameras were discovered by a guest who saw a piece of paper moving on their door. Behind the mysterious moving paper, the guest found a small hole which hid the B&B owner in a nightgown.
UPDATE: Paul Williams, the B&B owner, has been sentenced to prison for 18 months Scarborough Magistrates’ Court for voyeurism and observing a private act for sexual gratification.
Similar recent story of a Landlord hiding hidden cameras in an apartment: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/bulgarian-students-find-cameras-hidden-apartment/story?id=14181045
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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
A bed-and-breakfast owner spied on his guests through secret peepholes and made audio recordings of their most intimate moments.
Three young couples were watched by Paul Williams, 59, from holes which he had drilled in the doors of the rooms.
He was discovered when one of his victims, a 16-year-old student, spotted a poster placed over one of the holes begin to move.
Her boyfriend investigated and found a hole which provided a view directly on to the bed. After hearing footsteps he opened the door to find Williams in a dressing gown shuffling down the corridor.
The three couples were all friends and when the others were told, they found similar hidden spy-holes in their rooms.
As the guests had been drinking and could not drive so they stayed at the guest house but moved to one room. The next morning they obtained a refund and called the police.
Audio recording equipment was then discovered in an adjoining room at the Sandsea guest house in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Steve Ovenden, prosecuting at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court, said: ‘When played, the recording sounded like people having sexual intercourse.’