According to the charge, he “in a public place committed an act outraging public decency by behaving in an indecent manner”, namely filmed his victims “without their knowledge or permission”.
He also pleaded guilty to taking eight indecent photographs of children, at unknown locations, between the same dates.
Jones accepted that he took Category C – the least serious category – photos of these young victims.
He also admitted voyeurism – “recording a private act” – between the same dates, again at an unknown location.
According to the charge, Jones “recorded another person doing a private act with the intention that it would, for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification, look at an image of that other person doing the act, knowing that the other person did not consent to your recording the act with that intention”.
Jones, who has no previous convictions, denied a further charge of possessing indecent images of children
The judge granted Jones unconditional bail, until his sentencing on January 17 next year