A man who installed a spy camera in an Auckland gym’s changing room, has made a last-ditch attempt to keep his identity secret in relation to his case being heard in the Supreme Court, RNZ reports. The man was a highly-paid government agency manager when he videoed a naked couple and four others. The High Court and Court of Appeal both ruled he should be convicted of making an intimate visual recording and should lose name suppression. He was set to be publicly identified today but filed a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court yesterday to hide his identity. The interim name suppression was then extended and will remain in place until the Supreme Court process is complete.