Yeah lor!Originally posted by ckiang
Gives freelance (wedding) photographers a very bad name.
You've got a point there.Originally posted by Megadark
Please please gentleman, do try to understand the mindset of the victim. To her, it is a shameful occurence, one she would not like to think about. Do you think she would dare to raise the alarm the first time. especially when the occurence could have happened quite fast during the first time. The photographer has a job to do, but he has abused that trust. It is possible that she was unsure what was the scope of his work, or even what happened during that few seconds she was molested? Given all this conditions, she must have been frustrated, bewildered and confused. Give the victim a break.:dunno:
i think you are quoting out of context. This is clearly an act of molest(ation).Originally posted by Altec
A very Asian phenomenon. You hardly read about molest in the West. In fact, hugging and kissing, even among strangers is a very acceptable way of greeting.
Are local woman too 'sensitive"?
Chinese say : hai qun zhi ma.Originally posted by Bluestrike
Saw it in The Newpaper and my was I shocked!
Now people will view those with camera on another level liao....
Damm.. it already so hard to take picture of people liao and now....... damm!