How uni students ‘caught creepy voyeur Tom who had spied on them for THREE MONTHS while they showered’
- Five roommates were able to catch a voyeur with a hidden camera
- University students heard rustling and footsteps outside Randwick’s house
- The man who appeared in the footage was over six feet tall and had blond hair
- A roommate recalled seeing a phone camera appear in front of a window while taking a shower
Five college students caught a peeping Tom in the act after hearing strange noises for months.
The roommates placed a Google Nest device outside their Randwick home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs after hearing rustling and heavy footsteps outside.
Their gut feeling was finally proven after the following night a six-foot-tall man with blond hair was caught sneaking down their driveway.
In the chilling footage, the man walks up to a ground floor window and tries to look inside while holding the collar of his jacket over his nose and mouth.
Their gut feeling was finally proven after a six-foot blond-haired man (pictured) was recorded sneaking down the driveway of their home in Randwick
The hidden camera sent a ‘person seen in the driveway’ message to one of the student’s phones, the Daily Telegram reports.
The shocked household quickly notified the police who chased the man down the street, but he managed to escape.
Police will continue to investigate their complaints.
A roommate recalled seeing a phone camera lifted to a window as she showered and yelling, “I know you’re there” at the voyeur.
A friend of another tenant ran into the man as he was hanging out in the driveway after he came back from a party one night and asked what he was doing.
“I’m going to pee, mate,” the man replied in an English accent.
Sarah Smith, a medical student, said she felt like someone was stalking her for three months before she made the sinister discovery.
The shocked household quickly notified police after the voyeur appeared on the secret camera, which chased the man down the street (photo, pedestrians in Randwick in 2019)
She remembered coming into her bedroom after taking a shower and immediately feeling like she had to pull the curtain down.
“When I saw the images on my phone, I started shaking and crying. I thought I was crazy for months, but I was always right,” said Mrs. Smith.
The student refused to accept that what she heard was just a possum.
“We were being stalked all the time by a voyeur, a young man with a British accent,” she said.