GCHQ spy, 39, resigns after repeatedly flashing at woman from his hotel room window

GCHQ spy, 39, resigns after repeatedly flashing at woman from his hotel room window

July 22, 2020

A GCHQ spy quit his job after repeatedly flashing at a woman from his hotel room window, a court heard.

David McGuire, 39, was arrested after she took photos and called police.

McGuire was staying at a Holiday Inn in Cheltenham, Gloucs, and believed he had a “willing and curious audience”.

He told cops he thought the woman — who lived opposite the hotel — was sexually interested in him when she started taking snaps.

McGuire faced six charges of exposure spanning five days in May last year.

David Maunder, defending, said: “Mr McGuire has been humiliated by his actions and has had to leave his job at GCHQ.”

The prosecution dropped the case at Gloucester crown court, after McGuire agreed never to commit the offence again.

Judge Ian Lawrie QC ordered he be bound over to keep the peace.

He said: “Whatever interpretation one puts on your actions, it was stupid and foolhardy at best.

"You have now spared the complainant from giving evidence at a trial."

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