A SERIAL voyeur hid a camera in the women’s loo at the James Bond studios, a court heard.
Maintenance man Peter Hartley, 50, installed the motion-triggered device in a vent above a cubicle.
It is thought to have filmed at least 30 women at Pinewood Studios in Iver, Bucks, where No Time to Die is being shot.
It was only discovered when a prop handler saw a glare off the lens.
Hartley, who has a string of voyeur convictions, handed himself into police.
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The victim told Aylesbury crown court she has had panic attacks since the incident in June.
Hartley, of Uxbridge, West London, admitted voyeurism and was yesterday jailed for 16 months.
Judge Francis Sheridan called him “a disgusting individual”.
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