ALMOST a dozen instances of upskirting crimes were recorded in the last two years, new figures have revealed.

Upskirting is a form of voyeurism where someone uses a camera or phone to take photos or videos underneath a person’s clothes without their permission.

It was outlawed illegal in England and Wales in 2019.

Figures obtained through a Freedom of Information request show 11 upskirting offences were recorded in the last two years by South Yorkshire Police.

Of them, ten were in 2022 and one was in 2021.

Of the 11 victims, nine were female and two were male.