Doctor who took more than 3,200 upskirt videos struck off medical register

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A doctor who was found to have taken more than 3,200 upskirt videos was struck off the medical register in July, a disciplinary tribunal for the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) said.


In grounds made available on Tuesday (Sep 20), the tribunal said the strike off order against Chu Ben Wee would “not only be proportionate” to the severity of his offences but also “necessary for it to be a strong deterrence”.


“We had to consider whether the reputation of the profession would be placed at risk, if members of the public became aware that a member of the profession who has committed these offences on so many occasions, is still allowed to remain on the rolls after a disciplinary hearing,” they said.


A striking off order removes a medical professional from the official register, which bars them from practicing their profession.


Chu was sentenced to three years’ jail in December 2020 after he was convicted of four charges of outrage of modesty for taking upskirt videos of women using a shoe he had modified to conceal a GoPro camera.


He took the videos at places like hospitals, malls and junior colleges – including an incident in which he wore a uniform to pose as a student during a career fair at Victoria Junior College (VJC) while on bail.


In total, he was arrested three times.


In view of his offences, the SMC proposed that Chu’s name be removed from the Register of Medical Practitioners, as well as to pay the costs and expenses related to the proceedings, including the costs of solicitors for the Council.


Chu countered in his mitigation plea that a suspension of 13 months – with “the other usual consequential orders” – is “fair and appropriate”. His lawyer also proposed a suspension of 13 to 14 months.
 

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Lol, hardcore, still roleplay.

He took the videos at places like hospitals, malls and junior colleges – including an incident in which he wore a uniform to pose as a student during a career fair at Victoria Junior College (VJC) while on bail.
 

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A doctor who was found to have taken more than 3,200 upskirt videos was struck off the medical register in July, a disciplinary tribunal for the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) said.


In grounds made available on Tuesday (Sep 20), the tribunal said the strike off order against Chu Ben Wee would “not only be proportionate” to the severity of his offences but also “necessary for it to be a strong deterrence”.


“We had to consider whether the reputation of the profession would be placed at risk, if members of the public became aware that a member of the profession who has committed these offences on so many occasions, is still allowed to remain on the rolls after a disciplinary hearing,” they said.


A striking off order removes a medical professional from the official register, which bars them from practicing their profession.


Chu was sentenced to three years’ jail in December 2020 after he was convicted of four charges of outrage of modesty for taking upskirt videos of women using a shoe he had modified to conceal a GoPro camera.


He took the videos at places like hospitals, malls and junior colleges – including an incident in which he wore a uniform to pose as a student during a career fair at Victoria Junior College (VJC) while on bail.


In total, he was arrested three times.


In view of his offences, the SMC proposed that Chu’s name be removed from the Register of Medical Practitioners, as well as to pay the costs and expenses related to the proceedings, including the costs of solicitors for the Council.


Chu countered in his mitigation plea that a suspension of 13 months – with “the other usual consequential orders” – is “fair and appropriate”. His lawyer also proposed a suspension of 13 to 14 months.
He doing research isbit
Never mind lah.
One gone another "talented" foreign doctor will take his place.
This is sinkpapore way.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL
spend so much money and time and effort to study be doctor

end up want go beo ppl underwear. knn really sicko.
Wrong field of medicine?
 

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Pedos, voyeurs and gheys

You must see the age

These are kids

They see porno

They see more porno

They go FL

You think they give a sheet about curing sick ppl?

You die your porblem

Is just a jod i take monies $$$ sgd

See pinoy doc, same same

Wannabe porn star
 

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Wah liao, a good career gone like that over some silly fetish.

Former RJC and NUS. :o
Not going to post the pic, career gone already.
 
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"He took the videos at places like hospitals, malls and junior colleges – including an incident in which he wore a uniform to pose as a student during a career fair at Victoria Junior College (VJC) while on bail."

wah lao eh~ still wear uniform to post as student? his face can pass off as student or not la
 

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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/sin...edical-register-disciplinary-tribunal-2951726

A doctor who was found to have taken more than 3,200 upskirt videos was struck off the medical register in July, a disciplinary tribunal for the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) said.


In grounds made available on Tuesday (Sep 20), the tribunal said the strike off order against Chu Ben Wee would “not only be proportionate” to the severity of his offences but also “necessary for it to be a strong deterrence”.


“We had to consider whether the reputation of the profession would be placed at risk, if members of the public became aware that a member of the profession who has committed these offences on so many occasions, is still allowed to remain on the rolls after a disciplinary hearing,” they said.


A striking off order removes a medical professional from the official register, which bars them from practicing their profession.


Chu was sentenced to three years’ jail in December 2020 after he was convicted of four charges of outrage of modesty for taking upskirt videos of women using a shoe he had modified to conceal a GoPro camera.


He took the videos at places like hospitals, malls and junior colleges – including an incident in which he wore a uniform to pose as a student during a career fair at Victoria Junior College (VJC) while on bail.


In total, he was arrested three times.


In view of his offences, the SMC proposed that Chu’s name be removed from the Register of Medical Practitioners, as well as to pay the costs and expenses related to the proceedings, including the costs of solicitors for the Council.


Chu countered in his mitigation plea that a suspension of 13 months – with “the other usual consequential orders” – is “fair and appropriate”. His lawyer also proposed a suspension of 13 to 14 months.
as good as life-time debarment

GG dot com

"The tribunal, however, said that the striking off order does not mean the end of Chu’s medical career, adding that he could apply to restore his name to the register three years after the date of his removal".
 
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