Police NSF accused of insulting woman's modesty at HQ of Police K-9 Unit

A police full-time national serviceman allegedly placed his phone at the top of a cubicle door in a woman's toilet, with its camera lens pointing towards a woman, at the headquarters of the Police K-9 Unit in Mowbray Road. PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM GOOGLE MAPS
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SINGAPORE - A police full-time national serviceman (NSF) has been hauled to court for allegedly placing his phone at the top of a cubicle door in a woman's toilet, with its camera lens pointing towards a woman.

Jonathan Chua Wei Cong, 22, allegedly did it at the headquarters of the Police K-9 Unit in Mowbray Road, near Choa Chu Kang Way, around 5pm on March 12 this year.

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