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22Y.O MAN TAKES UPSKIRT AT APERIA MALL, ARRESTED

A man was recently taken into custody at Aperia Mall, located in Kallang, due to suspicions of recording videos of women without their consent at a weekly thrift market. The Straits Times reported that the man was apprehended after being confronted by two vendors who noticed his suspicious behavior.

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The thrift market, organized by local business The Luggage Market, takes place every Sunday on the first floor atrium of Aperia Mall. On April 7th, at approximately 3:30 PM, one of the vendors, a 23-year-old woman who chose to remain anonymous, noticed the man browsing through their clothing.

The vendor’s suspicion grew when her friend noticed the man’s mobile phone was positioned at an odd angle while examining the clothes more closely. The friend became even more suspicious and changed positions to see the phone’s screen. The vendor admitted she only started feeling uneasy when her friend reported the unusual phone positioning.

According to the women, the man attempted to walk away when he realized they were watching him. However, the vendor saw that his phone was still recording. They confronted the man, who initially denied recording videos and claimed to be vlogging instead. He allegedly appeared uncooperative and pretended not to find the videos on his phone.

After the man eventually agreed to show them the video, the women discovered multiple offensive videos. An employee of The Luggage Market then contacted a security officer, who subsequently called the police. Investigations are currently ongoing.

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The Straits Times contacted the Singapore Police Force (SPF) for comment, who confirmed they received a call for assistance at 12 Kallang Avenue (Aperia Mall) around 4:10 PM on April 7th. The SPF has not released any further information at this time.

This incident highlights the importance of vigilance and awareness in public spaces. It also serves as a reminder to report any suspicious behavior to the appropriate authorities

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