A man was given a 32-week prison sentence, suspended for two years, for taking a video of a girl through a gap in a cubicle at Rushcliffe Arena.
Gerard Thomas, 49, of West Bridgford admitted three counts of voyeurism in October and making an indecent video of a child.
When appearing at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, he was ordered to pay £1,500 compensation to the 12-year-old as well as £200 in costs and a government surcharge.
District Judge Tim Devas imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order on Thomas and this lasts for five years.
It bans him from entering leisure facilities or public changing rooms while carrying a mobile phone or recording equipment. He must not have unsupervised contact with any girl under 16-years-old.
The judge ordered him to spend up to 20 days with probation officers to prevent a repeat.
A probation report said the likelihood of Thomas committing a similar offence is “negligible.”
Sanjay Jerath, prosecuting, said the girl noticed the mobile phone through a gap in the cubicle. Arena staff were alerted and police arrived. A check on the phone revealed “an indecent video of a child,” said Mr Jerath.
James Buckley, mitigating, told the court that Thomas did not plan to download the image.