Maid Jailed For Live Streaming Children's Shower

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2018-04-16 HKT 17:56

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  • The helper admitted accessing a computer with criminal or dishonest intent. Photo: RTHK

    The helper admitted accessing a computer with criminal or dishonest intent. Photo: RTHK

An Indonesian domestic helper was sentenced to three months in jail on Monday for live streaming a video of three children taking a shower on her social media account.

The children were part of the family that Yuni Kristiani, 28, worked for.

Eastern Court Magistrate Peter Law said anyone watching the 17-minute broadcast, which was posted last December, would be able to see the children's private parts.

Law said a prison sentence was inevitable because the case was serious.

But the magistrate said that being as the video did not involve obscenity and no money changed hands, and given her guilty plea, he had reduced the jail term from the starting point of four-and-a-half months.

The helper admitted accessing a computer with criminal or dishonest intent.

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