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Allan Bosomworth, B.C. Restaurateur, Pleads Guilty To Using Hidden Camera

09/24/2014 09:11 EDT | Updated 11/24/2014 05:59 EST
VANCOUVER - The former co-owner of a now-closed Vancouver restaurant will be sentenced in December after pleading guilty to one count of secretly observing nudity in a private place.

Allan Bosomworth entered the guilty plea in provincial court on Tuesday.

Bosomworth was the co-owner of the Two Chefs And A Table restaurant, where he was accused of hiding a tiny camera in a bathroom and recording or observing people while they were naked.

He was charged in September 2013 after his business partner told police that he had discovered a USB-key-sized camera in the eatery's co-ed bathroom in December of the previous year.

Police have previously said one victim was identified by images recorded on a camera, but they could not identify other victims due to the poor video quality.

Bosomworth's sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 10. (Global)

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