Issues have fallen aside for a Zimbabwean peeping tom who was lately arraigned earlier than the courts for taking pictures a video of his fellow tenant’s spouse whereas she was bathing undressed.
Abraham Matenda (29) of appeared earlier than Masvingo Justice of the Peace, Mr Peter Madiba for invasion of privateness/prison insult as outlined in part 95 (1) (b) of the prison Regulation (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23.
Prosecuting, Nancy Makuvise, informed the court docket that, on the 30th July 2017 Abraham Matenda invaded the privateness of the complainant (title withheld for moral causes) by inserting a cellphone beneath the toilet roof and recording a video of the complainant while bathing.
The complainant informed the court docket that after discovering that there was a mobile phone taking pictures a video of her taking a shower, she took the cellphone to Abraham’s spouse who recognized the cellphone and confirmed it belonged to her husband.
The complainant then confirmed accused’s spouse the video, which she deleted after viewing.
Abraham’s spouse went on to open the cellphone’s gallery and located it containing one other video of the complainant bathing in the bathroom which she additionally deleted.
ZimNews.internet reviews that in his defence, the accused denied all the fees levelled in opposition to him, arguing that on the day in query he was not at dwelling and he had left his cellphone charging.
Nevertheless, the grievance informed the court docket that she has an audio recording of the accused admitting to have recorded the complainant whereas bathing.
The case was adjourned to the 11th of August 2017 to permit the accused to convey his witnesses to court docket.