Norfolk man accused of voyeurism offences must keep away from public changing rooms, court told
A Norfolk man accused of voyeurism offences has been barred from public changing rooms and swimming pools until his next court appearance, a court heard.
Robbie Llewellyn, 26, of Church Road, Wereham, near Downham Market, did not give an indication of plea at Norwich Magistrates' Court today.
He has been charged with 15 offences including six of voyeurism, five of outraging public decency and four of causing a computer to perform a function to secure unauthorised action to data.
The prosecution claim the alleged offences happened between January and August 2013.
Llewellyn was given conditional bail ahead of his next appearance, at Norwich Crown Court, at 10am on March 28.
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District judge Peter Veits told Llewellyn his bail conditions included not contacting a list of named people, he must not enter public changing rooms, public swimming pools or have any photographic equipment in a public place.
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