& # 039; Disgusting & # 039; owner, 59, who planted cameras in their female tenants & # 039; rooms are saved prison

Paul Dunster, 59, outside of Portsmouth Crown Court

Paul Dunster, 59, outside of Portsmouth Crown Court

Paul Dunster, 59, outside of Portsmouth Crown Court

A "disgusting" landowner who made amazing videos of naked women planting cameras in his tenants' rooms to see how they bathed and had sex, has been released from prison.

Paul Dunster, 59, made films of unsuspecting women who rented him rooms in Portsmouth for a period of 10 years to satisfy his sexual needs.

Initially, the pervert denied two charges of voyeurism, but later admitted to having made the secret videos after installing cameras in the bedroom and bathroom of one of the properties he rented.

Police raided the home of former security worker Dunster in Portsmouth, Hampshire, and found two memory cards containing voyeur videos.

Prosecutor David Reid told Portsmouth Crown Court: "The first memory card had 18 videos showing sexual encounters between men and women in the bedroom.

"Those videos lasted a total of 20 minutes, but none of the tenants knew the camera.

"The second memory card was taken from the bathroom and showed the women who had toilets and showers, women who were not aware of their filming either.

"There was important planning for this and it was an abuse of trust since the women were tenants."

The court heard that Dunster Army veteran owned seven floors and had a total of outstanding mortgages of £ 870,000.

Daniel Reilly, a reliever, told the audience: "Many residents are extremely grateful that it allows them to rent rooms the way they do."

Prosecutor David Reid told Portsmouth Crown Court (pictured): "The first memory card had 18 videos showing sexual encounters between men and women in the bedroom"

Prosecutor David Reid told Portsmouth Crown Court (pictured): "The first memory card had 18 videos showing sexual encounters between men and women in the bedroom"

Prosecutor David Reid told Portsmouth Crown Court (pictured): "The first memory card had 18 videos showing sexual encounters between men and women in the bedroom"

Sentencing Dunster, Judge David Melville QC said: "Residents would have been displeased to know that you have a camera installed in the bedroom to film people who have sex.

"I am sure that people would also have been displeased to know that you set up a camera in the bathroom to satisfy your sexual needs.

"It's a sad and unpleasant story."

Dunster was ordered to pay a fine of £ 5,000 plus £ 500 in costs, and he was given 100 hours of unpaid work with 20 days of rehabilitation.

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