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Teacher made indecent films of children

PUBLISHED: 16:29 02 April 2004 | UPDATED: 12:25 30 January 2020

PERVERT Anthony Dunne was today forced to sign the Sex Offenders' Register after he admitted filming young children at Felixstowe Leisure Centre.

Dunne, 37, of Ferry Road, Felixstowe, also denied a further six charges of taking indecent photographs of a child and one of an outrage of public decency.

PERVERT Anthony Dunne was today forced to sign the Sex Offenders' Register after he admitted filming young children at Felixstowe Leisure Centre.

Dunne, 37, of Ferry Road, Felixstowe, also denied a further six charges of taking indecent photographs of a child and one of an outrage of public decency.

The court heard that Dunne, a former teacher at Langer Primary School, Felixstowe, had made video recordings of children between January 1 and August 8, 2003.

He had then made a compilation tape when he slowed down images of children and zoomed in on the children in a state of undress.

He was released on unconditional bail and will return to Ipswich Crown Court on May 10 for sentencing.

Judge Nicholas Beddard issued a pre-sentence report and said he was giving no indication as to what the sentence may be.

Dunne is accused of being the man who was arrested on Felixstowe beach on August 7 filming children from a camera concealed in a towel as he walked along the shore.

He denies this and six charges of taking indecent photographs of a child.

 

 


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