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THE National University of Singapore (NUS) has been rocked by another online sex scandal, three months after the Alvin Tan case.
Sin Chew Daily reported that an NUS student allegedly uploaded a 14-minute video showing a man masturbating and also measuring his penis with a ruler.
The video was uploaded last June and includes the man's name, e-mail address and the Singapore National Co-operative Federation (SNCF), where he obtained a scholarship.
According to Singapore's The New Paper, a reader called up the daily to inform them of the video.
It was reported that the student denied being involved and lodged a police report.
He has been summoned by NUS and SNCF to explain while police are also investigating.
Last October, NUS student Tan and his girlfriend, Vivian Lee, 23, posted in their blog videos of themselves having sex.
> Seven bogus cops raided two condominiums in Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur, and robbed and molested their victims, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.
The suspects ransacked the units and took handphones, jewellery, laptops, tablets, watches, cameras and cash worth over RM7,000.
The six males and a female had first knocked on the door of Indonesian jewellery seller Ailinyeema, 44. Her housemate opened the door as they claimed to be police personnel.
The victim said they asked her to strip on the pretext of conducting a body search and grabbed her breasts.
They then held her hostage to force her neighbour to open their door.
They forced her to withdraw money from an ATM. The victims later lodged police reports.
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