Man records women taking showers in public swimming pool


Woman at beach (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

A man was arrested on a charge of insulting the modesty of a woman after entering a women’s locker room and recording them taking showers, according to police in Singapore.

Now, 25-year-old Ang Wei Sheng of Woodlands, has been sentenced to serve 10 weeks in prison after being convicted of trespassing and insulting the modesty of a woman.

According to the police investigation, Sheng entered the swimming pool of the Republic Polytechnic complex and his in the women’s locker room.

A little later, two women entered the shower. Sheng then placed his smartphone under the divider and recorded them showering.

The women screamed when they saw the phone, which had a flashing red light on it. Sheng quickly removed the device and fled.

Sheng was also accused of watching two other women taking showers, but he did not record them. Sheng covered the security cameras with plastic so they wouldn’t record him, but he was caught by security guards.