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Anthony Sturman was a former Shell executive, having worked at the UK headquarters of Shell UK for 15 years.
In 2012, Sturman was caught downloading child pornography at home when he attempted to print six pages of indecent material, containing 42 images. His PC was linked to the printer to his former workplace, UK headquarters of Shell UK, so the images were produced at the office. A colleague discovered the images when she unclogged a jammed printer on the 18th floor at the Shell Centre in Waterloo. Seven of the 42 images printed were categorised at level four, the second highest level of abuse. Sturman admitted one count of producing indecent images of children. He will also have to sign onto the sex offenders register.