A former nurse has been jailed for 18 years for raping women while they were unconscious.
Andrew Hutchinson, from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, pleaded guilty to rape, sexual assault and voyeurism committed from 2011 to 2013.
The 29-year-old filmed himself raping two patients at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, where he worked.
He also attacked women who had passed out while he was on duty at a music festival, Oxford Crown Court heard.
Hutchinson’s victims were unaware they had been assaulted until they were contacted by Thames Valley Police.
Officers initially arrested him for voyeurism in relation to secretly filming girls as young as nine in changing rooms at the White Horse Leisure Centre in Abingdon in November 2013.
Following a search of his home, police found footage of sex attacks on his computer and mobile phone.
The court heard Hutchinson also had hundreds of other voyeuristic images, including “up skirt” pictures taken on the London Underground while he was volunteering at the 2012 Olympics.
He pleaded guilty 27 offences including outraging public decency, making indecent images of children, theft of medical equipment and theft/possession of the drug ketamine at a hearing on 30 March.
Catherine Stoddart, chief nurse at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, said: “I am shocked and horrified by the way in which Andrew Hutchinson has betrayed the patients he was entrusted to care for and his colleagues, who also trusted him.”
She said the hospital will be carrying out an internal review to see if Hutchinson could have been prevented from committing his crimes.
Hutchinson was suspended by the trust in November 2013 following allegations he stole medical equipment.
It also informed the Nursing and Midwifery Council and launched an internal investigation, which led to his dismissal.

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