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So what if I looked?

So what if I looked?

A young man is convicted of breaching a woman’s privacy, but insists all he did was stare at her.


September 9, 2009 2:02 by

A Peeping Tom was sentenced to three months in prison on Tuesday after the Dubai Court of First Instance convicted him of ‘breaching a woman’s privacy’, reports Gulf News.

The 24-year-old jobless Bangladeshi will be deported after serving his sentence.

“I am not guilty and this wouldn’t have happened had she not looked at me and stood gazing without moving away. I did peep through the window while she was changing her clothes and she didn’t seem to mind. She didn’t even complain,” he argued in court.

So… he’s not guilty, but he did exactly what the court accused him of doing.

In short, young man, you peeped.

Game over.


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