Sydney Man Busted Filming Up Young Girls Skirts On Train
A Sydney man has been sensationally caught on camera allegedly filming up the skirts of unsuspecting train passengers on his morning commute to work.
After being busted by A Current Affair, Samuel Tjin, 36, admits 'it was wrong to film people from the window of a train'
Tjin is believed to have been regularly filming women and girls on his 7.30am train from Revesby, in Sydney's south-west to the CBD.
He appeared to regularly sit in the bottom section of the carriage to give himself the best angle to film fellow commuters.
Tjin was allegedly caught in the act after a tip off from a train passenger to ACA.
When reporter Steve Marshall confronted him, Tjin looked awkward before admitting 'it was wrong.'
Asked if he admits what he had done, he replied: 'Yeah, I do.'
He has been arrested and charged with 13 counts of filming private parts without consent.
Two of the charges relate to girls who are under the age of 16.
Tjin is currently on bail, and will front court in June.
Filming private parts or 'upskirting' is punishable by up to five years in jail when it involves victims younger than 16.