View Full Version : Naked women and privacy intrusion?

01-12-2005, 05:13 PM

"Police have classified the case under Section 509 of the Penal Code as insulting the modesty of a person or intruding into the privacy of a woman, which carries a fine or a jail term of up to five years or both upon conviction"

The Question:

How can the police force charge the person who took the video for 'instrusion of privacy but YET maintain an SOP that says IT IS NOT AN INVASION OF PRIVACY to stip naked that woman until all her bits open up before selected eyes at the lock up.... That's outright bloody stupid. :eek:

30-12-2005, 03:24 PM
Another classic example how STUPID some people are, just because they have a uniform to hide in....

Imagine this - a person comes up behind you and tells you "not to move..", do you...
a. Assume he is a robber and it is a robbery - and hentam that fella!!!
b. Assume he is a cop - and comply, only to be robbed!!!

Either way, you loose - because if he was a cop... and you hentam that fella, even if he did not identify himself in the first place... they will find something in the Penal Code to crucify your arse! :p

31-12-2005, 03:49 AM
The girl should sue the OCPD of PJ station, the PDRM and finally the govt as they are vicariously liable for her privacy being violated in a police compound where she was under police supervision. She should as her face has been exposed. the govt should settle out of court. Her drug case? well lets see what happens. I can guess but lets wait. ;)