Redmond lifeguard charged with voyeurism after phone found taped to locker room wall


REDMOND, Wash. – A Redmond lifeguard was charged Tuesday with voyeurism after an iPhone was found to be recording videos in the women’s locker room at the pool where he worked.

Head lifeguard Allen Sze was charged with eight counts of voyeurism after police said they found nine videos of at least seven women and girls recorded at the Hartman pool in Redmond.

Prosecutors said at least three of the victims were 16-year-old girls, and that Sze admitted he did it for the “sexual thrill.”

According to charging documents, the videos spanned dates this summer from June 30-Sept. 7.

An underage girl found the phone taped to a wall in the locker room, noticed that it had been recording for almost 15 minutes, and reported it to staff at the pool.