Tech head in SG jailed 10 days for ‘amateurish’ attempt to film female colleagues in toilet


Balasingam-Chow Yu Hui planted a camera in one of the cubicles in the women’s toilet at work but it fell to the floor within half an hour. — KELVIN CHNG/The Straits Times/ANN

SINGAPORE: In an attempt to record videos of his female colleagues in the toilet, the head of technology at a company planted a camera in one of the cubicles in the women’s toilet at work.

But, according to Balasingam-Chow Yu Hui’s lawyer, this was done in such “amateurish fashion” that the camera, which had rainbow stripes on its side and was fixed to the white ceiling using Blu Tack and Scotch tape, fell to the floor within half an hour after being attached.

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