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A video showing a young man taking what seems to be an upskirt video of a woman on a Circle Line MRT cabin has been circulating on Facebook.

The tall Chinese man, dressed in a pink t-shirt and black shorts, appears to be in his 20s. He can be seen twiddling with his phone before placing it on his bag and lowering it to his calf level.

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According to an announcement that can be heard during the video, the train was moving from MacPherson to Paya Lebar station at the time of recording.

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Earlier this month, a 44-year-old was arrested and remanded at the Institute of Mental Health for psychiatric evaluation after her was caught on camera molesting a woman on an MRT.

The man, who was filmed surreptitiously stroking an unsuspecting fellow passenger’s thigh, was arrested by police officers from Hougang Neighbourhood Police Centre and charged for Outrage of Modesty.

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