A 26-year-old former NUS student had illegally filmed himself engaging in intercourse with two women in separate incidents.
He pleaded guilty in October to 2 counts of voyeurism.
He was ordered on 19 December to undergo mandatory treatment for 18 months in lieu of him serving time in prison, after being diagnosed with an adjustment disorder.
The 26-year-old, who cannot be named due a gag order protecting the identities of the victims, was a student of NUS at the time of the offence and was staying at the campus before he got expelled in 2021.
The man had met both victims on the Tinder dating app and started talking to the first victim, an 18-year-old, in October 2020
She agreed to meet up to engage in intercourse in his room and midway through, the victim noticed his camera pointed at them and asked him if he was recording them.
He denied doing so and the victim then took the phone and placed it under a pillow.
Following that encounter, he asked her numerous time if he could record them having intercourse, to which she rejected his requests.
However, according to investigations, he had in fact recorded them engaging in intercourse.
He then met up with the 2nd victim, a 20-year-old on 15 November 2-2, and they agreed to have intercourse, where he then used his phone to film them in the act without her consent.