Man suspected of spying on women’s restroom at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology leaps 4 stories
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — After a man was caught secretly watching women use the restroom at a university in Taipei, he apparently panicked and leaped from the fourth floor of the building, knocking him unconscious, reported CNA.
Taipei City Police today reported that a man had fallen from a building on the campus of National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) in Taipei’s Da’an District. A preliminary investigation revealed that a 28-year-old man surnamed Yu (游), who is a graduate student at the university, was suspected of spying on women as they used the toilet.
When he was discovered, he apparently panicked and jumped out the fourth-floor window. He is currently in the hospital under observation, and details of his condition have yet to be released.
At noon today, police said that they received a report from a woman who alleged that she noticed a man spying on her as she used the restroom in a building on the campus of NTUST. When they dispatched officers to the scene, they found Yu lying on the ground near where the peeping incident had been reported. [FULL STORY]