A PAIR who logged on to watch the autopsy of tragic Premier League ace Emiliano Sala will learn their fate on Monday.

Sherry Bray and Christopher Ashford worked for Chippenham-based Camera Security Services when they screened the post-mortem of the 28-year-old footballer on February 7, who died when the plane in which he was travelling crashed into the English Channel a fortnight earlier.

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Judge Peter Crabtree adjourned the case to Monday afternoon, telling the two defendants he wanted the weekend to consider the sentence.

Earlier today, Swindon Crown Court heard that CSS director Bray opened Pandora’s Box when she watched the autopsy of football ace Emiliano Sala.

Sherry Bray was accused of presiding over a culture at Camera Security Services Ltd where workers routinely watched post-mortem investigations.

The 49-year-old, of Charles Street, Corsham, admitted three counts under the Computer Misuse Act and a charge of perverting the course of justice by instructing Ashford to “delete your pics”, deleting images herself and deleting footage from CSS’s systems.

Ashford, 62, of Page Close, Calne, pleaded guilty to breaking the Computer Misuse Act, using the video playback facility to view the post-mortem.

The case will be heard on Monday at 2pm.