SMU student arrested for aggravated outrage of modesty of woman he met on social media

A photo of the group study room at the Singapore Management University School of Economics cordoned off with police tape was circulating online on Jan 8, 2019. PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER READER
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SINGAPORE - A Singapore Management University (SMU) undergraduate has been arrested for aggravated outrage of modesty on campus, with the alleged victim telling The Straits Times on Thursday (Jan 10) that she had gone there to study with him.

She is a 20-year-old undergraduate doing psychological science and is not from SMU. They had met on social media platform Instagram, she added.

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