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Physiotherapist used a secret camera hidden in a changing room clothes hook to film patients change

Physiotherapist, 52, ‘used a secret camera hidden in a changing room clothes hook to film patients getting changed’

  • A camera has been discovered and seized at a western Sydney physio clinic 
  • The camera was concealed in a changeroom and found on November 12 2018 
  • Courts will allege the camera was used to capture patients getting changed 
  • A 52-year-old man was charged and will appear in the Local Court on Monday 

A physiotherapist allegedly used a secret camera hidden in a clothes hook to film patients getting changed at his clinic.

Physio Andrew Weinzettel, 52, was charged and appeared at the Fairfield Local Court on Monday.

The camera was allegedly used to film patients naked at a clinic in western Sydney.

A secret camera has been found hidden in a changing room clothes hook of a physiotherapy clinic in western Sydney

Physio Andrew Weinzettel (pictured), 52, was charged and appeared at the Fairfield Local Court on Monday.

Physio Andrew Weinzettel (pictured), 52, was charged and appeared at the Fairfield Local Court on Monday.

Officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command were called to Greenfield Physiotherapy at Greenfield Park on November 12.

The camera was located concealed in the changing room in a clothes hook hung on the wall. 

Police immediately seized the device and commenced inquiries. 

Courts will allege the camera was used to capture patients getting changed. 

The following day, a 52-year-old man attended Cabramatta Police Station.

He was arrested on November 13 and taken to Fairfield Police Station.

A 52-year-old man was charged at Fairfield Police Station and granted conditional bail

A 52-year-old man was charged at Fairfield Police Station and granted conditional bail

A search warrant was executed at his private residence on Katherine Street in Cecil Hills where police seized a number of items

A search warrant was executed at his private residence on Katherine Street in Cecil Hills where police seized a number of items

A search warrant was executed at his private residence on Katherine Street in Cecil Hills where police seized a number of items.

The man was charged with two counts of filming a person’s private parts without consent, among other charges.

He was granted conditional bail at the time of arrest and his bail was continued today.

The case will return to court on February 4 next year.

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