So, because he wanted to do something “exciting” as he had explained to the police, the 26-year-old decided to trail a Nanyang Junior College student into the toilet one evening and film her changing her clothes.
Seeing that the 16-year-old girl had finished a sports training session, Wee followed her into the toilet of Nanyang JC, then held his mobile phone above the door of the cubicle she was in and recorded her.
The girl spotted the phone and screamed, and Wee ran away.
By the time she had worn her top and ran out of the toilet, he had disappeared.
The girl reported the incident to the school authorities.
CCTV footage revealed that the victim had entered the toilet at about 7.50pm, with Wee following behind her holding a mobile phone in his right hand.
It also captured his dash out of the toilet when he was discovered.
Police subsequently tracked down Wee.
He admitted to using the camera of his Samsung S6 phone to record a video of the girl changing her top.
No incriminating videos were found as he had deleted the video recording of the victim after watching it on his way home.
The incident took place in March last year.
Wee was yesterday jailed for 4 weeks after pleading guilty to insulting the modesty of a woman.
In imposing the jail term, District Judge Chay Yuen Fatt said there were “too many of these cases” coming up.