Singapore — A man followed a woman into a toilet and took several photos of her in the cubicle before she noticed and screamed.
Former full time national serviceman (NSF) Joyner Tai Liang Yun pleaded guilty to four counts of insulting a woman’s modesty and three charges of criminal trespass on Monday (Sept 2).
The 24-year-old administrative support assistant reportedly committed several similar offences ever since he was a student at a polytechnic.
In 2015, he followed a woman into the toilet at his school. He went into the cubicle next to her and took a video recording of the woman.
In 2016, he secretly recorded a woman changing her clothes in the toilet at his workplace.
Later on, he also snapped upskirt pictures of a female shopper at Rochor Road supermarket.
In July 2018, he followed another woman at his workplace and started recording her. The woman noticed the device and screamed.
Police confiscated Tai’s laptop which contained several photos and videos of women in toilets.
Tai enjoyed taking such videos to “satisfy his curiosity” according to prosecutors as initially reported by The Straits Times.
Tai has been sentenced to 14 weeks in jail.
He is currently out on S$15,000 bail but will serve his sentence on Oct 31. -/TISG