Andrew Laming escapes police action after allegedly taking inappropriate photo of woman
Police will take no action against federal backbencher Andrew Laming, who was accused of taking an inappropriate photograph of a woman while she was bending over.
A number of people were interviewed as part of the investigation and a Queensland police spokesman said detectives found no evidence to indicate an offence had been committed.
“Investigators, having considered the interviews and all other information considered as part of the investigation, have determined there is no evidence to indicate a criminal offence,” a QPS statement said.
The woman involved in the incident lodged a formal complaint, and police said she has been advised of the outcome.
Laming has also been accused of – and has admitted to – harassing two female…