Teacher denies upskirt video

ANNE CLARKSON
Last updated 11:53 06/12/2012

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A teacher has denied making an intimate visual recording up a woman's skirt at Westfield Mall.

The alleged offending happened in the food court area of the mall on a Saturday afternoon.

The middle-aged man, who has name suppression, had charges of offensive behaviour and possession of an intimate visual recording withdrawn at Christchurch District Court today.

He pleaded not guilty to making an intimate visual recording, and Judge Paul Kellar remanded him to a pre-hearing callover on January 16.

Judge Kellar said the man had continued name suppression, and suppression of any detail that could lead to his identification.

A bail condition that he not go to his place of employment was added to his conditions that he not enter Westfield Mall, does not use an internet storage facility that he owns or has access to, and does not access the internet.

He cannot possess or operate any video recording device.

Both the man's camera and his home computer have been confiscated by police for further analysis.

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