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Friday, June 27, 2014
Colwyn Bay - Dentist jailed for filming women in surgery toilets
Colwyn Bay dentist jailed for filming women in surgery toilets
By North Wales Daily Post
Khosrow Aghaei of Rhos on Sea has been jailed for filming women using the toilets at the Grosvenor Dental Surgery in Colwyn Bay
A dentist has been jailed for eight months after he admitted filming women using the toilets in his surgery.
Khosrow Aghaei, of Abbey Road, Rhos on Sea, also admitted charges of possessing an indecent image of a child and possessing extreme pornography.
The 58-year-old, who ran the Grosvenor Dental Surgery in Colwyn Bay, was jailed for eight months at Caernarfon Crown Court.
The court heard he placed a miniature video camera in a toilet.
Judge Niclas Parry said: “Any right minded person would be disgusted and outraged by this gross invasion of privacy. You have a depraved interest in activities such as these.”
Prosecutor Simon Rogers said although Aghaei denied knowing how to use the device police experts had recovered one moving image of one woman in the toilet.
When officers later visited his home and seized computer equipment the experts found a “significant number” of videos showing women in toilets.
The officers also found indecent images of children and extreme pornographic movies involving animals.
“When asked about the file of the lady in the toilet he said it was captured by accident.
“He explained the other videos were 10 years old and he had obtained them as a joke to make friends feel sick,” added Mr Rogers.
The prosecutor added that Aghaei said the indecent images were downloaded accidentally and the extreme pornography mistakenly copied.
Jonathan Austin, defending, said Aghaei had obtained three miniature cameras and planned to use them at a nursing home where his elderly mother lives as he believed she may not be cared for properly. But this is a case where the cameras were put to a different use.
“As a result he has suffered enormously. He was of previous good character but has lost his reputation and his licence to practice has been revoked and his marriage has ended.”
Aghaei must sign the sex offenders register for 10 years.
Detective Inspector Sion Williams said: “It is disappointing that a person in a position of authority has betrayed that trust instilled in him for his own sexual gratification.
“North Wales Police treat incidents of this nature extremely seriously and will endeavour to support the victims of such offences.”