He had one job – to make sure Changi Airport guests had a pleasant experience.
But 24-year-old China national Luo Jiang turned his female colleagues lives into a nightmare.
The customer service officer managed to capture images and videos of 8 of his female colleagues in the changing room and shared those images online.
This took place from 2013 to 2015 when he was caught.
The incidents took place at a Terminal 3 office, where there was a changing room which was used by both male and female staff.
Seeing female staff enter the changing room, Luo would step on a stool and used his iPad to record them.
He started out snapping about 10 to 20 photos of his colleagues in their underwear, but later became bolder and started video recording them changing.
Luo also uploaded the images on the internet, including shots of the victims’ faces.
A manager and former colleague of one of the victims was eventually made aware of Luo’s actions.
They informed her about this.
Hurt and angry, she called the police and had him arrested.
In his mitigation, Luo’s lawyers said he was remorseful for his actions, and that he had only captured images of his colleagues in their underwear and they weren’t naked.
Luo has been jailed for 52 weeks for insulting the modesty of a woman.