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    my friend has this ques that he would like me to ask you people.

    -passionate couple drove to top floor mscp to make out.
    -enthusiastic photog took pics of them with a long lens.

    ques:
    who is punishable in the eyes of law?

    the photog who took pics of them?or the couple who make out in the car?

    what if the pics he took only shows them in compromising positions without exposing privates?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    my friend has this ques that he would like me to ask you people.

    -passionate couple drove to top floor mscp to make out.
    -enthusiastic photog took pics of them with a long lens.

    ques:
    who is punishable in the eyes of law?

    the photog who took pics of them?or the couple who make out in the car?

    what if the pics he took only shows them in compromising positions without exposing privates?


    kopi on me.
    no kopi no talk...

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    if no proof of indecent exposure, then both won't be punishable.

    If the pictures are proof, then the couple will be charged, not the photog.

    That is the precedent so far, it might take a brave judge to pass a different verdict on new circumstances.

    u kena shot or u shot someone? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    my friend has this ques that he would like me to ask you people.

    -passionate couple drove to top floor mscp to make out.
    -enthusiastic photog took pics of them with a long lens.

    ques:
    who is punishable in the eyes of law?

    the photog who took pics of them?or the couple who make out in the car?

    what if the pics he took only shows them in compromising positions without exposing privates?


    kopi on me.
    Couple at fault for indecent exposure in public. Photog not at fault because got no such thing as privacy laws. Unless published i guess.

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    what did he take the photos for? as evidence when he reports it to the police?

    there is no privacy law if u are making out in a public area. unless the couple did the necessary to ensure privacy and the photog went out of his way to take the photos.

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    Well, I guess the photog should be ok, unless he/she is peeping into people's private property. In public, well, that couple is in for it...
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    if there was indecent exposure then the couple will be a fault

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    but for those upskirt shots, what law is it against it, does it apply in this case?
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    remember there was this case where someone in singapore kenna sentenced for indecent exposure INSIDE HIS OWN HOUSE. Did I remember correctly? I think some voyuer auntie don't like what she saw outside her window.....

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    scenario is this.

    car drives to top of mscp.
    photog from flat saw them making out.
    photog grabs a dslr with a powerful long lens.
    photogs fires.

    a)what if photog really captures private parts in the picture?

    b)what if photog capture only the compromising position of the couple but NO private parts shown?

    so if he submits the pics,
    the couple will be charged and yet the photog goes away scott free?


    PS: diOnysus, even if i want to make out, it will have a to be a posh hotel.i'm not that cheapo to do it in cp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Well, I guess the photog should be ok, unless he/she is peeping into people's private property. In public, well, that couple is in for it...
    taking a photo through a window to a living room is not wrong
    taking a photo through a window to the bathroom is wrong

    if you run around your own private property in the nude without drawing the curtains
    you are at fault

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    ok.just one offtopic post.

    saw this in stomp recently.

    so the guy who videoed this thing gets away scott free ah?
    so voyeurism is not a 'crime' in sgp?

    http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/viewPost5468.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    taking a photo through a window to a living room is not wrong
    taking a photo through a window to the bathroom is wrong

    if you run around your own private property in the nude without drawing the curtains
    you are at fault
    does that mean if i take a torch and go shine into the cars parked at east coast love carpark, i wont be punishable by law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    does that mean if i take a torch and go shine into the cars parked at east coast love carpark, i wont be punishable by law?
    you may be punishable by a fist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    you may be punishable by a fist.
    guy hits woman?

    who is the real loser?

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    Default Re: "voyeurism"

    there is little or no privacy laws in singapore

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    does that mean if i take a torch and go shine into the cars parked at east coast love carpark, i wont be punishable by law?
    why shine a torch? buy a D3

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    imagine the power of D3 with a long lens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    guy hits woman?

    who is the real loser?
    That is unless you managed to catch him/her until the authorities arrived.

    The one throwing the fist looses, but I don't see you winning either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    why shine a torch? buy a D3
    cos with a torch like surefire(www.surefire.com),

    you will temporarily blind them.and you can watch at leisure...

    ok...i'm just kiddin

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