Some people are just so perverted, they can’t help publicizing their own tendencies to the public.
A man recently went viral for his perverted habit of sniffing panties and posting the pictures of himself doing so on Instagram. It is believed that the man had taken women’s undergarments from housing estates such as Tampines and Yew Tee in Singapore, and posting the pictures of himself in the act online.
One of the photos that was widely circulated showed him holding a lacy pink G-string with the caption stating, “Public Sniffing. Block 356 Tampines Street 33”.
According to Coconuts, the man had also claimed to masturbating on one piece of stolen underwear before hanging it back to dry.
The phrase ‘pcc’ actually refers to the Hokkien saying “phah ch’ew ch’eng”, or literally, “fire a hand-gun”. To put it more plainly, it’s slang for male masturbation.
However, the man himself deleted most of the pictures that he had uploaded when his account, photos, and perverted habits went viral. He then deleted his original account, which had garnered over a thousand followers, and created a new one.
According to Today, the man has been arrested today (16th August) at 4.30 am and the Instagram posts have been taken down.
He will be charged in court with public nuisance under Section 290 of the Penal Code, Chapter 224 on Saturday. If convicted, he faces a fine of up to S$1,000 (RM3,000).
To the ladies out there, do be careful when doing your laundries by not hanging them at an easily accessible place that outsiders can reach out to.
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