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The National University of Singapore (NUS) voyeurism saga is not all that uncommon.

Three PDF documents leaked online detailing a comprehensive list of offences from 2015 to 2018 shines light on the consideration given in the cases, and the penalties meted out.

In one case, a NUS student entered a children’s toilet and filmed children in the adjacent cubicle on multiple occasions.

Interestingly, if the victims involved male students, it is less likely that police reports will be made.

Source of leaked documents

The documents were leaked by an anonymous Facebook group who calls themselves NUSSU – NUS Students United. Observer+ understands that they are not related to any official NUS bodies.

Here’s how they obtained the documents:

Here are the cases that involve insult and/or outrage of modesty.

2015 to 2016 – 9 cases

2016 to 2017 – 9 cases

2017 to 2018 – 7 cases


2015 to 2016
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2016 to 2017

2017 to 2018