Pervy store manager caught snapping upskirt pic of TV news reporter

FamilyMart store manager Cheng Hsi-chan, 37, attempted to take an upskirt photograph of TV news reporter Glori Liu, but when she caught him in the act, she decided to expose him by doing a news story about his perverted crime.

    2016/12/07

NSFW    What the Freak?

TAIPEI, TAIWAN — A television journalist in Taipei was the victim of a pervert trying to take a picture up her skirt, but using the power of the media, she was able to make him pay with a punishment that fit the crime.

Glori Liu, 32, was casually browsing for a refreshing drink in a FamilyMart store last week. Across the aisle, store manager Cheng Hsi-chan, 37, happened to notice her, and some unsavory thoughts started brewing. He decided to act on them, quietly creeping up behind Liu, snapping some shots from under her skirt.

He wasn’t as smooth as he needed to be though, and accidentally brushed against her thigh, causing her to realize she was being violated.

Luckily for her, she said: “He didn't get the shot. He failed but he touched my leg.”

Meanwhile, Cheng said, “Actually I don't have any excuses for this. I can only say that different people have different ways of dealing with pressure."

Liu decided the best way to expose Cheng was to do a news story telling the world of his unwholesome deed. He was fired from FamilyMart soon after.
FamilyMart store manager Cheng Hsi-chan, 37, attempted to take an upskirt photograph of TV news reporter Glori Liu. APPLE DAILY
FamilyMart store manager Cheng Hsi-chan, 37, attempted to take an upskirt photograph of TV news reporter Glori Liu. APPLE DAILY
Glori Liu, 32, caught him in the act, and did a news story exposing his crime. He has since been fired from the store. APPLY DAILY
Glori Liu, 32, caught him in the act, and did a news story exposing his crime. He has since been fired from the store. APPLY DAILY
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