Man's upskirt photographs of women taken over 1 and a half years discovered only after he enlisted in the police

Man's upskirt photographs of women taken over 1 and a half years discovered only after he enlisted in the police

SG Gazette·2018-01-17 18:35

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A total of 35 upskirt photographs had been carefully kept in his mobile phone, all taken over a span of one and a half years. In them, 14 unidentified women from his college, shopping centres and other locations had unknowingly fallen victim to his crime.

And it’s likely no one would have known, if Gabriel Tan Choon Wei’s smartphone was not taken by officers when he enlisted for National Service on 2 Oct 2016. NSFs are not allowed to bring mobile phones with camera functions.

In them, the company commander discovered the images which outraged the modesty of women and captured their panties, upper inner thighs and/or buttocks. A police report was made the next day.

Tan, now 23, was sentenced to eight week’s jail and fined $600 on Tuesday (16 Jan), on five charges of insulting the modesty of women and one for fraudulent possession of women’s underwear in his home.

He had admitted to officers that he started taking upskirt photos from mid or late-2014, as well as stolen lingerie from corridors near his home in Serangoon Central.

Tan also stated that he stopped this “foolish behaviour” in May 2016, before he was enlisted into the Singapore Police Force.

(Image Credit/s: Thornley Fallis)

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