A former Comcast executive who used his smartphone to take invasive pictures of women on SEPTA was sentenced to probation this week.

David Tighe, 56, was sentenced on Monday to two years of probation and must undergo sex offender and mental health evaluations, the Delaware County Daily Times reported. He is also banned from riding the regional rail's R5 train to Philly during morning or evening rush hour.

Tighe was reportedly caught taking a photograph of a woman while getting on the train in Tredyffrin  on Sept. 18 by another passenger. 

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Tighe fled, threw his phone into the woods, and was taken into custody by police officers, who he let search his phone before they found several other "upskirt" or invasive, lewd photos of women on the R5. Some photos were also from his office at the Comcast Center in Philly, the Daily Times reported.

Tighe was convicted of possession of an instrument of crime, a misdemeanor, a reduction from the original charge of invasion of privacy. If convicted of that crime, Tighe would have been required to register as a sex offender for 15 years.

Tighe reportedly told the judge that he was fired from Comcast after his arrest due to the photos and because he used a company phone to take the picture. A Comcast rep did not immediately respond to a request for comment.