Jail for former nurse in SG who planted camera in staff toilet to peep on colleague

The 26-year-old was jailed for 10 weeks after pleading guilty to voyeurism. Details of his workplace and his name cannot be mentioned owing to a gag order to protect the victim’s identity. — Litigation photo created by Racool_studio - www.freepik.com

SINGAPORE: A former nurse planted a spy camera in a common staff toilet and watched his colleague – whom he fantasised about – changing clothes through footage streamed to his mobile phone on three occasions.

But the camera got dislodged and other nurses reported the find to hospital security.

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