Truck driver accused of poking his mobile phone above shower cubicle at Sydney newspaper office

Truck driver is accused of poking his mobile phone above a cubicle at a Sydney newspaper office to film a woman in the shower

  • Braiden Head has pleaded not guilty to filming the 45-year-old woman 
  • The 25-year-old fronted court in Sydney on Wednesday over alleged incident 
  • How he allegedly got into offices is not known.

    He’ll face court again on April 1

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A man has fronted court accused of poking his mobile phone above a shower cubicle at a Sydney newspaper office and filming a woman while she showered. 

Braiden Head, 25, from Emerton in western Sydney, pleaded not guilty to filming the 45-year-old woman at the Sydney Morning Herald headquarters in Pyrmont. 

Mr Head allegedly entered the female change rooms at the company’s Pirrama Rd office between 10.10am and 10.30am on January 22, the court heard according to The Daily Telegraph

Braiden Head, 25, of Emerton in Western Sydney pleaded not guilty to filming the 45-year-old woman at the Sydney Morning Herald headquarters in Pyrmont 

Truck driver accused of poking his mobile phone above shower cubicle at Sydney newspaper office

According to his Facebook profile Mr Head is working as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner 

The woman claimed she noticed the phone peering over the shower and attempted to chase the person. 

She then reported the incident to police and detectives arrested Mr Head the following day in Glebe. 

How Mr Head allegedly gained access to the offices remains a mystery. 

‘It is a matter before the court so we can’t comment.

He was not an employee of ours and our focus has been on the well-being of our people,’ Nine, the publisher of the SMH, said. 

According to his Facebook profile Mr Head is working as a truck driver and previously worked as a commercial cleaner. 

Mr Head appeared in Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday accused of observing a person in a private act without consent to obtain sexual arousal. 

He is under strict bail conditions and will front court again on April 1. 

Truck driver accused of poking his mobile phone above shower cubicle at Sydney newspaper office

How Mr Head allegedly gained access to the Sydney Morning Herald offices remains a mystery 

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