Sep 192011
 September 19, 2011  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

The Broadcasting Standards Authority has upheld a complaint from a man that footage on TV2’s Police of him being arrested and taken to the police station for ‘detox’ after solvent abuse breached privacy and fairness standards.

The BSA has ordered Television New Zealand to pay the complainant $1000 costs for breach of privacy and costs to the Crown of $1000.

The complainant said the footage of him being arrested was first broadcast in 2007 or 2008 without his consent and again in December 2010 on Police.

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