A scandalous video featuring a mall security guard in full uniform and having an intimate moment with a woman, in an obviously part of a public building, has gone viral.
Mall Security Guard Video Scandal Leaked Online
Nov 10, 2014 at 2:00 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : CCTV & Video Footages
Jozh Reyes uploaded the one-minute-and-10-seconds video via his Facebook account and captioned it with “SM Security Guard.” No other information was given like when and where exactly the video was taken. It also unclear if he was the one who took the video.
The video, which was uploaded last October 4, 2014, easily circulated around the internet. The comments piled up, but there are some who noted that what Reyes did can cause serious damage to SM Security stating the fact that the guard featured in the video was not actually from SM.
One even posted a picture of an SM security guard saying “this guard (in the video) is NOT SM SECURITY. Photo posted is SM Prescribed Uniform. False and very damaging yung post mo. Sana makasuhan ka.”
Maybe threatened with the people’s reaction, Reyes removed the video and deactivated his Facebook account. However, the screen shots of the video have gone so far.
The Daily Pedia added that Reyes might also be facing the following civil and criminal liabilities:
1. Republic Act No. 9995 or the Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009
Taking a photo or video coverage of a person or group of persons performing sexual act. It includes capturing an image of a person’s private parts.
Reproduction, copying, selling, or distribution of the photo or video of sexual act.
Publishing, broadcasting, showing or exhibiting the photo or video of sexual act.
2. Revised Penal Code, Article 353
It is a “public and malicious imputation of a crime, or of a vice or defect, real or imaginary, or any act, omission, condition, status, or circumstance tending to cause the dishonor, discredit, or contempt of a natural or juridical person..”
3. Revised Penal Code, Article 355
A libel committed by means of writing, printing, lithography, engraving, radio, phonograph, painting, theatrical exhibition, cinematographic exhibition, or any similar means, punishable by prision correccional in its minimum and medium periods or a fine ranging from 200 to 6,000 pesos, or both, in addition to the civil action which may be brought by the offended party