Peeping Tom caught in ITE changing room
A short black skirt, wig, a baseball cap and a pink bra - these were part of a 21-year-old's get-up in the ladies' changing room.
The only problem? He was a man.
On Monday, the impostor was caught peeping in the changing room at ITE College West.
Photos showing the alleged Peeping Tom were taken and uploaded to social media sites, drawing mockery from many users.
A video, which was also uploaded on YouTube, showed the man, who is not a student at the school, apologising to the female ITE student who allegedly caught him, as other students watched on.
At one point in the video, he is seen on his knees begging the student, repeatedly saying it was "just my fetish".
After he handed his phone over to the student, it was revealed that the man had a girlfriend.
The girl in the video, who goes by the name A'tiqah Bamadhaj on Facebook, commented: "The guy even has a girlfriend and he puts the blame on her, and even said he has a fetish and he likes it."
Another Facebook user, Enna Bmr, said A'tiqah had been the first one out of the changing room and confronted the "girl", only to find out it was actually a man.
She said the man "went into a girl's toilet that was beside a swimming pool filled with girls who had just finished swimming and were in there showering and walking around... half naked in their undergarments".
When confronted, she said he kept changing his words and "obviously outraged everyone there".
"He wasn't just peeping at one girl, he went into that toilet and saw a handful of girls walking around the toilet in only their underwear."
On Twitter, user @M4711N posted photos of the man, saying she was the one who body-searched the 21-year-old and found that he was wearing a pink bra.
Police said they received a call around noon informing them of the incident and later arrested the 21-year-old for criminal trespass.
He is believed to be under investigation for outraging the modesty of a woman, and is alleged to have taken photos and videos while in the toilet.
When The New Paper went to the campus at Choa Chu Kang yesterday, almost all the students we spoke to said they knew about the incident.
One business student, Miss Nurul Amirah, 16, said she was shocked when she heard about it.
"It makes me scared and worried that it might happen again. I don't even want to go to that toilet anymore. I'd rather use one that's further away," she said.
The next closest toilet to the one at the sports complex is at least 100m away.
Dr Yek Tiew Ming, the principal of ITE College West, confirmed that they were aware of the incident.
"Students had alerted our security officers to the breach and assisted the police in the arrest," he said.
"Students' security is our priority and we are assisting the police in their investigation."