Six months’ jail for NUS grad who installed pinhole camera in SG gym toilet


Sean Lee Yang had purchased a spy camera disguised as a clothing hook from an e-commerce website. — KELVIN CHNG/The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: He installed a pinhole camera disguised as a hook in a male toilet at an Anytime Fitness gym in Hillview Rise to film men urinating.

When he realised that his device had been discovered by a cleaner and kept in an office, he waited at the 24-hour gym for four hours for an opportunity to retrieve it.

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