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Man sends wife's naked photo to brother and calls her a prostitute. Guess the race?



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Singapore jails man for sending topless photo of wife to her brother​

  • Messages accompanying the photo stated the victim was a ‘pig’s child’, ‘a prostitute’, and came from a ‘characterless family’, the prosecution said
  • Under Singapore law, the offence of distributing voyeuristic images or recordings carries a prison term of up to five years



Published: 1:03pm, 6 May 2024
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During an intimate video call with his wife, a man in Singapore took a topless screenshot of her without asking for her consent, then sent the image to the wife’s older brother, calling her “a prostitute”, among other insults.

The 46-year-old Singaporean, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, had previously physically abused his wife, a court heard.

The court heard that the husband had gone drinking with his friends on the evening of June 1 last year.

Soon after reaching home and reeking of alcohol, he got into an argument with his wife, then aged 41, and hit her. She called the police at around 2.45am and two officers arrived at their home.

“Just as the police officers were leaving at about 3.30am, the accused closed the door to the unit and slapped the victim on her right arm, causing her to scream,” Deputy Public Prosecutor Timotheus Koh said. Hearing the slap and scream, the officers arrested the husband.

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Offenders who contravene a personal protection order can be fined up to S$2,000 or jailed for up to six months in the city state.

The incident happened while the wife was under a personal protection order issued against the accused by a court on March 10 last year. Court documents did not mention what led to the protection order being filed.
A few months after the drunken assault, the victim’s older brother and sister-in-law called on September 15 to tell the wife that her husband had sent the brother photos of her, including one showing her topless.

“The photographs were accompanied by messages from the accused stating that the victim was a ‘pig’s child’, ‘a prostitute’, and that she came from a ‘characterless family’,” Koh said