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A Sydney Trains cleaner has pled guilty after people were secretly filmed while using toilets at Rockdale train station.
In February police transport command officers arrested Michael Szafranek, 53, after a woman, 19, used the disabled toilet and noticed a camera lens.
It was hidden in a box, on top of a bin, pointing at her.
She reported the incident to police and the man was then arrested.
During a court appearance on June 20 he pled guilty to filming a person's private parts without consent and installing a device or adapting a building to observe or film.
Szafranek will be sentenced at Sutherland Local Court on August 15.
This article first appeared on www.theleader.com.au
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