Man charged with voyeurism over hidden bathroom camera on 'Bond 25' set

Man charged with voyeurism over hidden bathroom camera on 'Bond 25' set


Cape Town – British police officials, have arrested a man for allegedly planting a hidden camera in a women's restroom on the set of Bond 25.

The Independent reports that a man has been charged for voyeurism after a spy camera was found in the women's toilets at Pinewood Studios.

49-year-old Peter Hartley was arrested last week and booked over the weekend by Thames Valley Police reports TMZ.

The studios told the newspaper that they take the issue very seriously and that they are assisting the police in the investigation.

This is just the latest woe to befall the filming of the 25th movie in the franchise.

Daniel Craig sustained an ankle injury while filming in Jamaica for which he had to receive minor surgery.

Shortly after that, an explosion rocked the set at the Pinewood Studios, leaving one crew member injured.

Last week rumours swirled that a "mutiny erupted on the set" because director Cary Fukunaga showed up late for filming.

The 41-year-old denied the rumours saying "he'd never disrespect the "hardest working cast and crew."

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