A man accused of taking “upskirt” images of women in the street was also found to possess sick “octopus sex” images.
“Eleftherios Zampoulakis, 34, on July 10, 2018, admitted outrageous public decency by “covertly filming under the clothes of women on the street and in shops.
Between 21 May 2018 and 9 April 2019, he is also accused of one count of voyeurism.
He also confirmed today at Westminster Magistrates’ Court that he had 13 “extreme pornographic” photographs depicting a human performing sex acts on a horse and octopus.
Zampoulakis is also disciplined for taking four forbidden pictures of a child, one count of making 149 indecent pictures of children in category ‘A’, one count of making 157 pictures in category ‘b’ and one count of making 298 pictures in category ‘c’ – all between May 21 2018 and April 9 2019.
Zampoulakis, who, since the beginning of the lockdown, has been living on the Greek island of Crete, appeared in person to make his appeals.
This was after a request for him to appear via video link from Greece in December was rejected by magistrates.
He will next appear at Southwark Crown Court for sentencing on a date to be set.