winnoe wrote:I'm not doubting that the man was doing something dishonest and illegal.
But don't mind if I play devil's advocate here and ask why he was so interesting in taking pictures of the room and a certain place on the table in particular?
Singaporeans by nature are lazy bunch of buggers in their homes, so for him to bother with coming in and taking photos, and then take a picture of his watch (assuming to timestamp his pictures), I think there is more to it than just coming in and taking pictures for sh!ts & giggles.
Was there a dispute? Like.... he says you are not allowed to cook in the room but then you have an induction cooker in the room and are cooking, etc etc.
Again, not doubting that he's an ass, just sense there is more to the story than meets the eye. (TRANSFORMERS!)
Before I left my room to go out, I had confidential business documents on my table next to the laptop I was using to record him. I also had my bank statement. I am sure he was interested in those items. I am as curious as you are as to why was he taking photos of my room like a crime scene detective.
Yes, there was disputes about him parading around his apartment completely naked and throwing chewing gum papers in the common toilet. He also had a nasty habit of bringing Geylang prostitutes into his master room at night. He frequently makes a lot of noise around 5am while other tenants were still sleeping. There was also disputes about him not wanting to fix my broken AC unit. The AC was already broken before I moved in and he promised he'll fix it, but he never did. He also frequently knock on my door after midnight to discuss rent issues way before it was due.
About me: I don't cook in my room, I don't smoke and drink and I certainly do not bring guest home for overnight stay. I see no other reason as to why he would be breaking into my room like that while I was taking a shower.
Point is, he's causing multiple inconveniences to tenants.