Taiwanese photographer investigated after claiming nude woman was cop
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
On July 8, Tsai, who goes by the internet alias Mu Chuan- Shen (穆川申), posted photos on his Twitter account (@mustation2) of a police ID card and a nude photo of a woman who he alleged was a police officer. In the post, he alleged that a policewoman purchased sex toys from him, leading the public into believing that a female police officer was potentially involved in his infamous sex parties.
However, an investigation by the Taipei District Prosecutor's Office found that the ID belonged to a male police officer who had allegedly sent the image to Tsai to enable him to take part in his erotic events. Tsai has since been indicted for violating the Act on Offenses Against Sexual Morality (妨害風化罪).
In 2017, under the guise of "art" Tsai posted a series of photos showing seven nude men and six nude women engaging in sexual acts. After carrying out an investigation, prosecutors later found that Tsai had organized six such gatherings. [FULL STORY]