This may not be a public place, but this is my room which I rented and am entitled to full privacy and peaceful enjoyment rights. That means no landlord or anyone else should be allowed in my room without my permission. Plus, this was not a hidden toilet camera, so I don't think the recording is illegal in any sort of way, though in Singapore, you never really know.x9200 wrote:Why? This was not a public place and if nobody was around he could have been walking fully naked and this would be of nobody's business.the lynx wrote: The underwear bit is more than enough to get police's attention! Did you even show them the video?
Actually in any typical civilized country publishing of these videos and his name would push OP in a mile deep s**t worth definitely more than these 3k of deposit so OP, if you are talking already to some lawyers ensure you can safely get away with the youtube videos.
Naked or not, let me turn around and ask you, would you like it if your male landlord came to your room while you are at work, parading naked and going through your private belongings? Even worse, sleeping on your bed and leaving stains?
I believe I am doing sg a favor by letting potential tenants know about this sickening incident. The truth is, this landlord is highly disturbed.