Robert Downey Jr. made a toddler cry because he wasn't the 'real' Iron Man.The actor - best known for playing the superhero and his billionaire alter ego Tony Stark - left 18-month-old superfan Jaxson Denno in floods of tears because he wasn't wearing his character's trademark red and gold suit in public.
Heather Denno, Jaxson's mother, was left to console her sobbing son, who was devastated to discover his favourite Marvel comics hero was a work of fiction.She told People magazine: 'He was fine as soon as he talked to him. [He] was so confused because I kept telling him it was Iron Man and he knew it wasn't. Well, not Iron Man in the suit.'
Christopher Galt, 25, admitted voyeurism after footage taken from the device showed him installing and checking on the equipment on several occasions.
Householders became aware of the camera when they spotted a green flashing light coming from the extractor vent above the bath.
Initially they thought it was some kind of alarm but on closer inspection they discovered it was a USB camera. DC Steve Jenkinson, of Lancashire Constabulary’s public protection unit, said: “The people who discovered it checked to see what was on the camera.
“When they saw that it was themselves they were shocked and immediately reported it to the police.”
A peeping Tom installed a hidden camera in a bathroom to spy on people using the facilities.
However he later pleaded guilty to voyeurism at Preston Crown Court.
The householders, who lived in a rented property, left the house that day and have since found other accommodation.
DC Jenkinson said it was not possible to say exactly how long the camera had been hidden in the bathroom but it could have been there for a number of months.
Galt was handed a community order and ordered to undergo two years supervision with the probation service.