Russian banker denies voyeurism in London rail station

Russian banker, 31, ‘was caught peering into cubicle to watch woman using toilet at Cannon Street station

  • Alexey Ostapchuk denies peering into the toilet cubical at Cannon St Station
  • The 31-year-old banker has been remanded on continuing bail until his trial
  • Ostapchuk, 安德鲁王子面临来自一名女性的民事性侵犯诉讼, has been told to avoid transport hubs
  • He was also ordered to sleep at night at his £850,000 Aldgate apartment
  • A Russian banker today denied watching a woman as she used the toilets at a railway station.

    Alexey Ostapchuk, 31, was allegedly caught peering into a cubicle in the ladies toilets at Cannon Street station in central 伦敦 去年十二月 10.

    He denied observing a person doing a private act when he appeared at Inner London Crown Court today.

    Russian banker, pictured right at Westminster Magistrates court, today denied peering into a toilet cubical which was being used by a woman

    Russian banker, pictured right at Westminster Magistrates court, today denied peering into a toilet cubical which was being used by a woman

    The alleged voyeur is said to have looked over the cubicle door and ‘watched the woman as she used the toilet’ at Cannon Street Station, 图为. He was warned to stay away from any major transport hubs

    The alleged voyeur is said to have looked over the cubicle door and ‘watched the woman as she used the toilet’ at Cannon Street Station, 图为. He was warned to stay away from any major transport hubs

    The alleged voyeur is said to have looked over the cubicle door and ‘watched the woman as she used the toilet’.

    His two to three day trial was fixed for February 6 next year at the same court.

    The Russian, who has a work residence permit to work in the UK as a banker, was earlier bailed on condition he lives and sleeps at his £850,000 City apartment and stays away from international travel hubs.

    Prosecutor Paul Fairley said the conditions are ‘not onerous’ and were required to ‘have some tabs and control on the defendant’.

    Judge Lesley Rowley told the banker: ‘You having entered a not guilty plea the matter has now been listed for trial.

    ‘The trial date is February 6, 明年.

    ‘I am going to extend your bail on the same conditions as before.

    ‘This is a serious allegation that has been made against you.

    ‘You are a foreign national, not just because you are Russian, but any foreign national who still retains their passport is obviously a risk of flight and therefore I am going to extend your bail.’

    Opstachuk, of Aldgate, denies voyeurism.