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Second Peeping Tom Incident on ‘Bond 25’ Set Investigated by Police




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A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police confirms that another case of voyeurism has occurred at Pinewood Studios a little over a month after a 49-year-old man was arrested in similar case.

Police are investigating a second alleged Peeping Tom spying on women on the set of the new James Bond movie.

A 49-year-old man was arrested back in June and charged with voyeurism after a recording device was found in a women’s toilet at Pinewood Studios, where the latest 007 film is currently in production.

Police are now investigating a second incident, after a second alleged Peeping Tom slid their hand under a toilet cubicle partition to film a woman.

“Thames Valley Police is investigating a case of voyeurism at an address in Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Bucks,” a spokesperson for Thames Valley Police told WENN in a statement. “The incident occurred at around 2pm on Friday (July 26)…No arrests have been made.”

A studio source told British newspaper The Sun the victim’s experience has left other women at the studio fearful.

“The woman chased after him and shouted at people to stop him but he got away,” they said. “All the crew are looking at each other and wondering who is the creep, some of the women are terrified of using the toilets and going in pairs.”

“It can only be someone who has access to the studios as you need a pass to get in and that’s what makes it worse, that it’s one of your colleagues.”

The victim fled screaming from the scene and security staff were alerted but were unable to apprehend the suspect.

A representative for Pinewood Studios confirmed the matter has been reported to the police, and a suspect banned from the set.

“Safety and security are of paramount importance,” they said. “We reported the incident immediately to the police and have shared details of a suspect who has now been banned from site.”

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