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Teenager films woman in Community Club toilet to “know what she was doing”

Muhammad Nur Haiqel Shazali was given 21 months’ split probation after he pleaded guilty to one charge each of insulting the modesty of a woman and theft-in-dwelling

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14 year-old Muhammad Nur Haiqel Shazali, followed a woman into the toilet and used his phone to record a video of her relieving herself.

The incident took place on June 21, 2017 where the 20-year-old victim entered the toilet at Anchorvale Community Club.

On September 26, Haiqel was given 21 months’ split probation after he pleaded guilty to one charge each of insulting the modesty of a woman and theft-in-dwelling.

Part of his probation includes having to reside at the Singapore Boys’ Hostel for a period of 12 months.

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His parents have also been bonded for S$5,000 to ensure his good behaviour.

About three hours after the incident at Anchorvale Community Club, the victim filed a report at Sengkang Neighbour Police Centre. Surveillance footage of the accused were posted online, and it was Haiqel’s own father who turned him in to the police.

According to police investigations the teen said that he was filming the woman to know what the victim was doing in the toilet.

Haiqel is not new to having priors. He was also charged with theft on June 6, where the then-16-year-old was caught stealing a bottle of vodka from a Sheng Siong supermarket outlet along Anchorvale Road.

He drank the beverage at the foot of a nearby block before he discarded the bottle. /TISGFollow us on Social Media

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