Convicted voyeur banned from having camera phone was found with device

Portstewart man Ivor Kissick arrives at Coleraine Court. PICTURE MARK JAMIESON.
Portstewart man Ivor Kissick arrives at Coleraine Court. PICTURE MARK JAMIESON.

A Portstewart pervert who was previously convicted for voyeurism and banned from having a camera phone appeared in court on Thursday to admit a charge of breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order.

Former bar manager, 46-year-old Ivor Kissick from Coleraine Road, admitted having a phone - capable of making videos - for four-and-a-half months between November 30 last year and April 12 this year.

A prosecutor told Coleraine Magistrates Court that Kissick said he was living with a woman at a guesthouse and she lent him the phone.

The prosecutor said the phone was located on Kissick and although there was one photo on it, it was not of a sinister nature.

Unemployed Kissick had his case adjourned to August for the preparation of a pre-sentence report.

At Antrim Crown Court in December 2012 Kissick pleaded guilty to four charges of voyeurism for sexual gratification.

Kissick used a hidden camera to secretly record his unsuspecting naked victim getting washed and dried. He made four short films in 2011.