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Voyeurism teacher: Legal advice sought over filming fears

14 February 2014 Last updated at 19:45 GMT

Parents of pupils at a secondary school in Cardiff are consulting solicitors amid fears their children may have been filmed in secret at a toilet in their school.

It follows guilty pleas to voyeurism by the deputy head teacher at Ysgol Glantaf last month involving a hidden camera at another location.

Police have been carrying out further investigations at the school as Gareth Williams awaits sentence.

That has prompted some parents to seek legal advice.

Nick Palit reports.

Pupils allegedly filmed in secret

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