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How uni students caught ‘creepy peeping Tom who had been spying on them for THREE MONTHS as they showered’

  • Five housemates were able to catch a peeping tom by using a hidden camera
  • University students were hearing rustling and footsteps outside Randwick home
  • Man who appeared on the footage was over six-foot tall with fair-coloured hair
  • One flatmate recalled seeing phone camera appear at a window as she showered

Five university students managed to catch a peeping Tom red-handed after hearing strange noises for months. 

The flatmates set up a Google Nest device outside their Randwick home in Sydney‘s eastern suburbs after they continued to hear rustling and heavy footsteps outside.

Their gut feeling was finally proven right after a six-foot man with fair hair was recorded sneaking around their driveway the following night. 

In the spine-tingling footage, the man walks up to a ground-floor window and tries to peer inside while holding the collar of his jacket over his nose and mouth. 

The hidden camera sent the notification ‘person seen in the driveway’ to one of the student’s phones, the Daily Telegraph reports. 

The shaken household quickly notified police who chased the man down the street, however he was able to get away. 

Police will continue to investigate their complaints. 

One housemate recalled spotting a phone camera being raised to a window as she showered and screaming: ‘I know you’re there’ at the peeping tom. 

A boyfriend of another renter encountered the man as he loitered around the driveway after returning from a party one night and asked what he was doing. 

‘I’m just taking a pee, mate,’ the man replied in an English accent.

Sarah Smith, a medical student, said she had felt like someone was creeping on her for three months before making the sinister discovery. 

The shaken household quickly notified police after the peeping tom appeared on the secret camera, who chased the man down the street (pictured, pedestrians in Randwick in 2019)

The shaken household quickly notified police after the peeping tom appeared on the secret camera, who chased the man down the street (pictured, pedestrians in Randwick in 2019)

She recalled entering her bedroom after having a shower and immediately feeling like she needed to pull the blind down.  

‘When I saw the footage on my phone, I started trembling and crying, – I thought I had been going crazy for months yet I was right all along,’ Ms Smith said. 

The student refused to accept that what she was hearing was simply a possum.  

‘We were being stalked the entire time by a peeping Tom, a young man with a British accent,’ she said. 

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