Unit manager allegedly installed hidden cameras to film intimate images of tenants

A UNIT manager has been arrested and charged after allegedly using hidden cameras to film intimate images of tenants in Sydney.

The 49-year-old man was arrested on Friday after covert cameras were found in two units at a complex on Bunn Street in Pyrmont.

Police said one of ten residents of a unit discovered a camera hidden in a digital alarm clock in the bathroom on Tuesday.


Police were called and allegedly found two more cameras hidden throughout the unit.

The 49-year-old man who manages the units was arrested on Friday afternoon, at which time it’s alleged he admitted to hiding cameras in a second unit.

Police search the second unit and allegedly found a hidden camera, a hard drive and other “external devices”.

It’s alleged the man had more than 50 videos depicting intimate images of the occupants of the two units.

He is due to appear in Downing Center Local Court next month, charged with 11 counts of recording intimate images without consent.

Police say investigations are continuing and further charges are likely.