A man has been arrested after a concealed camera was found in the ladies’ toilets at the studio where the next James Bond film is being made.
Pinewood Studios said it was taking the incident “very seriously” and had reported it to police.
When asked by Sky News for further details, a spokesman would only add: “We take this issue very seriously. We have reported the incident to the police and are supporting them with their investigation.”
The discovery at the famous site in Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, is believed to have been reported on Thursday.
Thames Valley Police said it was “investigating a report of voyeurism”, adding that a 49-year-old man had been arrested and remained in custody.
Pinewood is one of the most well-known shooting locations in the entire film industry, with it having hosted production on entries in the Star Wars, Jurassic World and Marvel franchises in the past few years alone.
Disney is a regular client, having used the site to film parts of recent hits like Dumbo and Mary Poppins Returns.
But it is most famous for the Bond series, with the vast majority of the films made at Pinewood.
Stars of the upcoming 25th instalment – including Daniel Craig – welcomed Prince Charles for a tour on Thursday, breaking up a row between Bond and boss M in the process.
Charles laughed as Ralph Fiennes, who plays M, explained they had been filming a scene in which his character gives his top agent a “good dressing down”.
Bond 25 is being directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and – after multiple delays – is due for release on 3 April 2020.
The film also stars recent Oscar winner Rami Malek, and returning actors Naomi Harris and Lea Seydoux.
courtesy of Sky News