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05 July 2013 :: 09:07:06 am 75851

Pervert Arrested After Spying In Women’s Toilet

A student from Burapha University called the police to arrest man who frequently spied on girls in the women’s toilet. She said that she couldn’t tolerate the man’s actions anymore, which made her eventually inform the police.
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CHONBURI – July 3, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 07.00 PM, Police Colonel Ittiporn Photong, Director of San Suk police station ordered patrol police to arrest a pervert man who was reported to use his mobile phone to take videos of women going into toilets. When police officers saw him in the act, he was immediately charged by police office, but he run away from the police officers. Ultimately, he couldn’t get away and was arrested for good.

The suspect was identified as 24 year-old Tanakrit Jintsernee who used his motorcycle to drive around the women’s dorms within the Burapha University campus in order to check out whether students were going into toilets or not. When he saw any woman going into the toilet, he would follow her to the toilet and take videos. The student who informed the police about the perpetrator, furiously confirmed and pointed at his face at the press conference.

Mr. Tanakrit claimed that he used the video footage personally only and that he didn’t use the video clips to blackmail anyone. But police officers didn’t believe what he said as police were already looking for him as he was reported to take videos of students going down stairs at walking bridges, he was also reported to take out and show his penis to students before escaping. Students also said that their underwear that was hanged to dry was stolen several times as well by Mr. Tanakrit.

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