A former council worker has admitted using secret cameras hidden in staff toilets and changing rooms to spy on his colleagues.
Liam Gormley, 32, pleaded guilty to 27 charges including voyeurism, possessing indecent images of children, distributing indecent images of children and possessing extreme pornography.
He denied two further charges when he appeared at Newcastle Crown Court on Friday September 28.
It's alleged he watched his victims changing or showering at locations including Newcastle Civic Centre, Dance City and Sports Central in Newcastle, as well as the Butlins holiday camp in Skegness between July 2010 and July 2012.
He was suspended from his job in the procurement department at Newcastle City Council following his arrest.
Gormley, who spoke only to confirm his name and enter pleas, pleaded not guilty to one charge of making and distributing indecent photographs of a child and one charge of voyeurism involving observing people bathing.
This was agreed by the prosecution.
Judge John Milford QC adjourned the case for sentencing in October for the preparation of pre-sentence and psychiatric reports.
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