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Truck driver accused of poking his cell phone over shower cabin in the Sydney newspaper office

Truck driver accused of putting his cell phone above a cupboard in a newspaper office in Sydney to film a woman in the shower

  • Braiden Head has argued not to be guilty of filming the 45-year-old woman
  • The 25-year-old fronted court in Sydney on Wednesday about alleged incident
  • It is not known how he allegedly took office. He will be back in court on April 1

A man has accused the court of sticking his cell phone over a shower cubicle in a newspaper office in Sydney and filming a woman while she is taking a shower.

Braiden Head, 25, from Emerton in western Sydney, pleaded not guilty of filming the 45-year-old woman at the Sydney Morning Herald headquarters in Pyrmont.

Mr. Head is said to have entered the female changing rooms of the Pirrama Rd company on January 22, between 10:10 AM and 10:30 AM, according to the court The Daily Telegraph.

Braiden Head, 25, of Emerton in West Sydney pleaded not guilty of filming the 45-year-old woman at the Sydney Morning Herald headquarters in Pyrmont

Braiden Head, 25, of Emerton in West Sydney pleaded not guilty of filming the 45-year-old woman at the Sydney Morning Herald headquarters in Pyrmont

According to his Facebook profile, Mr Head works as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner

According to his Facebook profile, Mr Head works as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner

According to his Facebook profile, Mr Head works as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner

The woman claimed that she saw the telephone peering over the shower and tried to chase the person.

She then reported the incident to the police and detectives arrested Mr. Head the following day in Glebe.

It is still a mystery how Mr. Head is said to have gained access to the offices.

“It’s a court case, so we can’t comment. He was not an employee of ours and our focus was on the well-being of our people, “said Nine, the publisher of the SMH.

According to his Facebook profile, Mr Head works as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner.

Mr. Head appeared on Wednesday in the local court of the Downing Center, accused of observing a person in a private act without permission to obtain sexual arousal.

He is subject to strict bail conditions and will appear again on 1 April.

How Mr. Head is said to have gained access to the Sydney Morning Herald offices remains a mystery

How Mr. Head is said to have gained access to the Sydney Morning Herald offices remains a mystery

How Mr. Head is said to have gained access to the Sydney Morning Herald offices remains a mystery

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