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Ting Kay Chu, 45, who also uses the alias Tohmus Chu, pleaded guilty to two counts of voyeurism and breaching his probation conditions and was sentenced on Wednesday. The identities of both women are protected by a publication ban. Chu's crimes were "ongoing, calculated and predatory" and were "egregious breaches of the privacy" of the victims, said provincial court Judge Catherine Skene in handing down the sentence. Chu admitted to planting hidden cameras in the electrical sockets of three bathrooms of the home, according to an agreed statement of facts prepared by prosecutor Nadine Nesbitt and defence lawyer Austin Nguyen. invisible." "I feel violated, humiliated, embarrassed," she said.
(The actual bathrooms aren't pictured here as the victims' identities are protected by a publication ban.) (Rafferty Baker/CBC) A Calgary contractor who admitted to taking 200 videos of a 20-year-old woman and her mother after installing secret cameras during bathroom renovations in their home has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for voyeurism. A condition of his probation was that he not possess any recording device.Officers also found three receipts from The Spy Store. Chu had renamed many of the videos including "shwrdance," "nipple slip" and "cleavage." There were also videos of C. A psychiatric assessment found Chu had no genuine feelings of remorse.