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Man puts selfies of his panty-sniffing escapades in Tampines & Choa Chu Kang on Instagram

One of his loots included a 'Something Borrowed' pair of shorts.

Fasiha Nazren | August 15, 09:53 pm

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Here at Mothership, we’ve written several stories about perverts.

Like these ones for example:

Man in S’pore didn’t get used panties & photos after paying S$250, announces it on internet

Man at Clarke Quay grabbed & chased lady, before taking off pants & flashing her

Man in Ang Mo Kio allegedly used woman’s shoe to touch himself

Man caught on CCTV taking lacy lingerie from Bukit Batok Central HDB corridor

And here’s yet another one.

Panty-sniffing IG account

On Aug. 15, an Instagram user in Singapore started posting images of allegedly stolen panties and shorts.

The first post has a series of him posing with a pair of pink thongs, as well as some shots of him sniffing it.

These photos were apparently taken at Tampines Street 33.

From Tampines to Choa Chu Kang

And it seems that he has also travelled to Choa Chu Kang for this pair of shorts.

According to his caption, he allegedly released “3 days worth of load” on the shorts aptly (and unfortunately) branded Something Borrowed:

The likelihood of this Instagram account being real and not a troll thing is unknown.

If it is real, what the man is doing is highly illegal as it clearly compromises public health.

If it is fake, it is disturbing enough for someone to call the police.

Anyone convicted of causing public nuisance under Section 290 of the Penal Code may be punished with a fine of up to S$1,000.

MP made police report

Senior Parliamentary Secretary Baey Yam Keng, who is MP for Tampines GRC, said that a police report has been made.

The police has also acknowledged the case, asking the public with information on the case to contact them.

Editor’s note: The posts have since been taken down by Aug. 15, 10:55pm.

Top image screenshot from Instagram 

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