EDMONTON — An Australian child psychiatrist charged with child pornography offences in Edmonton is facing new charges in his home country.
Aaron Voon was arrested at West Edmonton Mall last month, after he allegedly used a mobile device to film a boy using a theatre washroom.
He was confronted by an angry father, which was caught on video and posted to Facebook.
Voon was charged with child pornography, possession of child pornography and voyeurism and released on $75,000 bail.
Police say the 41-year-old was arrested again Thursday at the airport in Perth.
They say a search of his home and business there uncovered images of children.
Voon has appeared in court in Perth on a charge of possession of child exploitation material.
With files from The Huffington Post Alberta
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