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Probation over skirt photographs

A man who took pictures up women's skirts at a supermarket in Ayrshire has been given two years probation and placed on the sex offenders' register.

James Jardine, 43, used a hidden mini lens disguised as a key fob to take the pictures at an Asda store in Irvine in July this year.

He admitting placing others in fear and alarm, and breach of the peace.

Kilmarnock Sheriff Court heard Jardine was caught after repeatedly squatting in aisles beside female customers.



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