Terrence Lance Middlebrook declined to comment while leaving Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Monday. Picture: Laura Pettigrew
Terrence Lance Middlebrook declined to comment while leaving Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Monday. Picture: Laura Pettigrew

Man allegedly films inappropriately at hospital court hears

A man who police allege inappropriately filmed the private parts of a person at a Coast hospital has hid from cameras while leaving court.

Terrence Lance Middlebrook, 56, declined to comment while leaving Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Monday and hid his face with a hoodie and papers.

Police will allege Mr Middlebrook breached an adult's privacy when he observed or recorded their genital or anal region at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital on January 27.

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They will also allege he was found with drugs and used utensils on February 21 in Buderim.

Mr Middlebrook did not enter a plea to one count of observations or recordings in breach of privacy - genital or anal region or possessing dangerous drugs and utensils that had been used.

Terrence Lance Middlebrook did not enter a plea to one count of observations or recordings in breach of privacy or possessing dangerous drugs and utensils that had been used. Picture: Social media.
Terrence Lance Middlebrook did not enter a plea to one count of observations or recordings in breach of privacy or possessing dangerous drugs and utensils that had been used. Picture: Social media.

Defence lawyer Michael Robinson said Mr Middlebrook would need time for a legal aid application to be done.

Magistrate Graham Hillan adjourned the matters till March 31.



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