Man tricks young boys to take photographs of their vomit and feces after plying them with laxativesBy Mason White 10:42 AM November 25, 2015
By: Wayne Morin
A man was arrested on a charge of causing hurt by means of poison, after plying children with laxatives, which caused them to vomit and suffer from diarrhea, police in Singapore said.
Now, 22-year-old Sean Chew Jun Yang, was sentenced to serve three years in prison after persuading 13 children to send him photos of their vomit and feces.
According to the police investigation, Yang targeted children between the ages of 12 and 14. At first, he befriended them on Facebook, posing as a friend from school.
Later, he persuaded them to participate in a fictional school project, which involved the use of at least 10 laxative tablets at a time.
Chew left the tablets in public areas for the victims to take them home. He then instructed the children to consume 10 pills at a time, about five times the recommended dose.
All of them developed severe bouts of stomach pains, diarrhea and vomiting. To ensure that they had taken the pills, Chew would make Skype video calls with the victims.
Each time, he asked for photos and videos of feces and vomit.
Chew wanted the pictures and videos for sexual gratification because he was unhappy with the material available on the Internet.
He was arrested after some of the boys told their parents about the experiment. One of the victims also alerted a teacher.