|Guilty: Labour's Waddon candidate with Tony Newman, |
Leader of the Croydon Labour Party
Police were called to the shopping centre on April 28 last year by security guards who said Christison was in the public toilets covertly taking pictures and videoing other men urinating.
He was pointed out to security staff by a member of the public, who had witnessed a man behaving strangely with his phone.
When police came, his phone was checked and a video of another man urinating was found.
The former Labour candidate will be sentenced on March 20 at Croydon Magistrates’ Court and his bail conditions remain that he is not able to use the public toilets within the Centrale Shopping Centre.
In summer last year, Labour Leader Tony Newman replaced Mr Christison as the Waddon candidate with Andrew Pelling, who was arrested on suspicion of assaulting his pregnant wife, but not charged.