Security guard exposed genitals at Queen's
'I have got something you would like to see'
A security guard has been found guilty of exposing his genitals to a woman at Queen's University Students' Union.
Paul McCamley (34) was working as a door superviser when he confronted her outside toilets on the premises, Belfast Magistrates Court heard yesterday. The judge was told he committed the offence after saying: “I have got something you would like to see.”
McCamley, of Green End, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, denied the exposure charge and claimed instead to have rejected her advances. He will be sentenced next month following the preparation of reports.
The court heard the woman was left “shaking, shocked and ashen-faced” following the incident in June 2009.
She had been out with friends at a pub quiz in one of the Students' Union bars when she said the accused approached her.
McCamley, employed by a private firm to carry out security duties there, said he encountered her when she fell outside.
He accepted being in the same bar as her towards the end of the night once his shift was over. According to his account, they then encountered each other again outside the toilets.
McCamley claimed she started to get “a bit amorous”.
When the allegation was put to him that he exposed himself, he replied: “That's untrue.”
But District Judge Ken Nixon later ruled: “I'm satisfied on the facts of case beyond reasonable doubt as to the guilt of this defendant.”