Some people never learn.
Ever since the recent peeping tom incident involving Monica Baey which went viral, you would think that aspiring peeping tom(???) would eventually realise that what they were going to do would get them into trouble. Lots of trouble.
But people don’t learn.
Lest you’re one who doesn’t go to our app daily (why didn’t you!?), here’s a recap.
On Saturday (11 May 2019), a female student who studied at the National University of Singapore (NUS) was allegedly filmed by another student in a bathroom. The incident took place at a residence hall, Raffles Hall.
A police report was made about the incident and the suspect was apprehended by the police.
The police said they received a call for assistance at around 8:10 a.m. on the day of the incident, and eventually arrested the 26-year-old male student.
The student was a resident of the same residential hall as the victim, and was arrested for charges of criminal trespass. He was caught thanks to the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage which was installed recently. According to the Straits Times, it was installed last Friday.
It’s what he deserves.
Now, here’s something new to this case.
Man Involved in Other Cases
In a new statement, it was revealed that the man was also believed to be involved in other similar cases.