Ex-SMU Student Take Upskirt Video, Jailed 28 Weeks

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A previous Singapore Management University (SMU) understudy who utilized his cellphone and a spy pen camera to catch upskirt recordings of various ladies was imprisoned for 28 weeks on Thursday (March 24).

Chang Wen Rong, 26, conceded on Monday to 10 of 26 charges of offending the humility of a lady. The offenses occurred from June 2013 to April 2014.

In April 2014, he purchased a pen camcorder from eBay to take upskirt recordings of clueless female casualties to fulfill his sexual yearning.

Prior to that, he had been utilizing his telephone to take upskirt recordings. He had done as such somewhere around 2013 and 2014 in spots including SMU, the elevator at Plaza Singapura, Daiso outlet there, and his past work environment.

The court heard that he was at Daiso at the Orchard Road shopping center on April 29, 2014 when he recognized a 22-year-old lady wearing a white skirt and dark underwear.

He utilized his pen camcorder to take an upskirt video of her.

He cut the gadget onto his scratch pad and strolled towards the lady from the back. He then put the pen camera under her skirt and took a video of her inward thigh and underwear, not understanding that somebody had seen him doing as such.

The bystander educated the lady and her companion and the police were called.

Twenty-six upskirt recordings were found in Chang’s cellular telephone, pen camcorder, two portable workstations and hard circle after they were investigated.

Two of the casualties, matured 22 and 25, were known not. The personalities of the others are obscure.

His attorney Josephus Tan said his customer was captured a couple of weeks before he was going to move on from SMU. He said Chang, who has been determined to have voyeuristic confusion, is experiencing treatment and needs to put this behind him.

Looking for an aggregate sentence of nine months’ correctional facility, the prosecutor said Chang utilized a scaled down recording gadget, which was an exasperating component as it was harder to identify. There was a danger of flow, and various casualties were included for this situation.

Locale Judge Adam Nakhoda took 16 other comparative rushes into thought in sentencing. Chang could have been imprisoned for up to one year and/or fined on every charge.

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