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52-year-old arrested after wearing daughter-in-law’s underwear to take selfies in vulgar positions




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A 52-year-old was arrested after he allegedly wore his daughter-in-law’s undergarments to take selfies of himself in lewd sexual positions. The self-employed Malaysian reportedly took the pictures at home and saved the images in his mobile phone, which was seized by the police when they arrested the man in Taman Nusantara, Gelang Patah on Monday.

According to the Malay Mail, the suspect’s daughter-in-law chanced upon the vulgar selfies when she was scrolling through the picture gallery in her father-in-law’s phone. Shocked by the photos, she lodged a police complaint.

A police source reportedly told the daily that the daughter-in-law “found the obscene images worrisome as she is always alone as a housewife in the family home.” Initial investigations also revealed that the suspect had been sexually harassing his daughter-in-law by asking her inappropriate questions.

The suspect could be charged for insulting the modesty of a person, according to the police source.

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