Filming up girl's skirts 'not indecent', court told
This is not the way teachers should be.
A SYDNEY teacher who filmed up the skirts of two teenage girls was not acting indecently even though the act was "offensive", his lawyer has argued in court.
Teacher Robert Ian Drummond, 41, allegedly used a camera hidden in a plastic bag to film up a 14-year-old's uniform at Warringah Mall on May 1 last year.
He is also charged with filming another teenage girl, believed to be 16 at the time, after a police search of Drummond's home after his arrest turned up another video.
Drummond has been charged with an act of indecency, an aggravated act of indecency, and with making and possessing child pornography. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges