May 09, 2022
Warped nurse filmed female patients under anaesthetic and spied on hospital staff during sick rampage
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Paul Grayson, 51, also secretly filmed five of his female colleagues in hospital toilets during his sick rampage.1Paul Grayson sexually assaulted two unconscious patientsCredit: PA
The senior nurse made indecent videos of four patients beneath their underwear and assaulted two by touching them at Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield.
One victim said she cannot bring herself to go to another operation she has due at a hospital because she will have to be unconscious.
Grayson had a library of womens’ images taken throughout the decade up to his arrest in December 2020.
He also took and possessed indecent images of children.
He was caught when a young woman he personally knew became suspicious of him filming her.
She found a library of images of her on hard drives and memory sticks he had hidden.
Hidden cameras had recorded her naked, including when she was a child, the Daily Mail reported.
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He admitted 23 offences of voyeurism, sexual assault, taking indecent images of a child and possessing indecent images of children at Sheffield crown court.
Grayson was in tears when a judge told him he faces a lengthy prison sentence at yesterday's hearing.
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He worked on a one-to-one basis with patients both before and after surgery.
Judge Jeremy Richardson, QC, said he was in a position of "very considerable responsibility".
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The surgeons continued to operate on patients as Russian missiles rained down on the Ukrainian capital.1Doctors operate with phone flashlights after power outages due to conflicts within the Russian-Ukrainian war in KyivCredit: Getty
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