Couple probed by police after having sex on museum rooftop


A COUPLE ran foul of the law after a video of them having sex on the rooftop of the Tainan Art Museum in Taiwan went viral.

China Press reported police have taken a statement from the man while the woman, from the northern part of the country, will also be questioned.

Both are being investigated for indecent exposure.

The video showed the couple wearing face masks while engaging in sexual acts.

“Facebook users poked fun at the footage, saying it was “a new living art piece, ” while some were “surprised that an art museum was able to make visitors sexually aroused”.

> The daily also reported that a South Korean woman killed herself after she was secretly filmed in a hospital changing room in the latest case of voyeurism, which has been on the rise in the country.

The woman, who was about to get married, was found dead in her apartment on Sept 24.

Her family said that she made the “extreme decision” after suffering from nightmares and trauma upon discovering that a hidden camera was use to record her in the nude while at a hospital in Suncheon, in the southern part of the country.

A clinical pathologist at the hospital was arrested in August for allegedly boring a hole into the wall of a women’s changing room to spy on his four female co-workers.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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