A judge yesterday allowed two victims of a Peeping Tom to continue taking legal action against him for damages. Judge Wong Hing-chun rejected the application by Lee Tsz-leong to stop the civil proceedings against him, saying his bid was 'completely misconceived'. 'I find there is a reasonable cause of action and there is no abuse of the process of the court,' the judge said in the District Court. Two women are seeking damages from Lee, 29, who has admitted installing a camera inside the toilet of his Causeway Bay office in April 1998, to spy on them. He was bound over in the sum of $5,000 for 12 months on July 27 by Eastern Court. One of the victims found the camera and confronted Lee before reporting the matter to the police. The writ said the woman 'felt scared, embarrassed and violated' by the discovery. Lee had handed over two videotapes, a video cassette recorder and a television set to the women, the writ said. The women are seeking damages for injury to feelings, aggravated and exemplary damages, and also want a written apology from Lee.