32-year-old Farhan Mian, a severely disabled man who suffered from muscular dystrophy and relies on using breathing apparatus, is currently in hot water after it has been discovered that he has been spying on his female caregivers via video recordings caught on hidden cameras.
Apparently, Mian requires round the clock care in his London home, according to reports. Unknown to his caregivers, however, he installed cameras in their bathroom and bedroom.
Farhan Mian, 32, set up hidden cameras to spy on his female caregivers.
According to Prosecutor Tim Starkey:
“Mr Farhan Mian is a severely disabled male who requires 24 hour care.
“He is accused of using cameras installed in the bathroom and carers bedroom to watch his female carers without their clothes on and carrying out private acts such as going to the toilet or shaving their legs or vagina.
“The prosecution case is that he did this for his own sexual gratification.”
The carers eventually discovered about his secret act when one of them saw “some of the cameras were concealed in the eyes of rabbits painted on a bed headboard,” a report said, and she was captured on film shaving.
Mr Starkey continued:
“She was filmed in the bathroom using the toilet, undressing, shaving her legs and her vagina in the shower.
“At times the camera is directed towards her and ‘zooms in’.
“She was unaware she was being filmed in this way and did not consent to it..”
The cameras were controlled by Mian using a computer. They have 360-degree and ‘zoom in’ capabilities.
As a Metro report tells us, Mian redecorated a carer’s room “pink with the rabbits or bunnies painted on the bed’s headboard” while she was away during a vacation. Upon discovering the cameras later on (which were strategically placed in the bunnies’ eyeholes), she said her world “turned upside down”.
Mian allegedly offered her £3,000 (US$3,900) to “keep her mouth shut” mas she told him she’ll contact the police.
The carer, who remains unnamed for privacy purposes, shared:
“My room had been renovated all in pink and purple. On the headboard in my bed with two playboy bunnies facing each other. My sister-in-law discovered I had cameras in my bedroom in the headboard. They were just above my head.”
When she confronted Mian about it, he strongly denied and said they were “ventilation for his computers” in the cupboard behind her room.
The furious carer said:
“I was so angry I pulled the board off the wall, and the cameras were hanging there.
“I was cross and very upset and angry. I didn’t know what to do. It feels like your world is turned upside down, you don’t know what happened or what’s been done.
“I said I will call the police. He offered me £3,000 to keep my mouth shut, and I said no.”
Although Mian would later apologize to his carer, he would claim that the cameras were installed with her consent as they had a sexual affair. A jury composed of six men and six women rejected Mian’s account and found him guilty of 4 counts of voyeurism. However, he was spared jail time and was instead given a 6-month community order, along with a 5-year sexual harm prevention.
Funny Cartoons That Showcase The Controversial Nature Of Women
And so they say, girls will be girls.
For the guys out there, explaining the complicated mindset of girls is difficult in nature. Not to diss or paint them in a negative picture, but normally, understanding them can be a bit tricky. When it’s hot, she wants cold, when it’s cold, she wants hot. Always wanting what is not.
Astkhik Rakimova, a talented illustrator from Russia, decided to create a series of funny comics in order to convey her thoughts about this fascinating nature of women. Truth be told, how many of you women out there can relate to some of these?
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37 Selfie Fails From People Who Forgot to Check Their Background
Let this be a warning to always check your surroundings before taking a picture.
We all are guilty of being narcissistic in one way or another. Not that it is a bad thing, though. And perhaps one of the greatest examples of narcissism is taking a selfie. You know, the kind of thing where you take a picture of yourself.
While taking a selfie is as easy as counting one to three, it usually fails. Sometimes, we are photobombed by the surrounding that makes the entire picture funny. Apparently, there are people who are just plain awful when it comes to taking selfies.
Below are arguably the worst selfies taken by people so far. And we assure you, this stuff is quite hilarious. Check them out below!
Woman Has Needles, Pins, Syringes Coming Out Her Legs With 70 More Inside Her Body
Another strange event happens in India where a woman claims to have needles, pins and syringe coming out her legs.
Is it just a trick or a real supernatural event that struck this woman from India? Normal people usually become greatly irritated when sweat or acne come out from their skin. But once they find out what comes out of this woman’s body, they might be thankful enough not to experience the same weird situation.
Anusuiya Devi from a small village in Fatehpur district of Uttar Pradesh, Northern India claims needs, pins and Syringes come out naturally out of her legs. Doctors who checked on her case were scratching their heads after finding 70 of the sharp objects inside her limbs!
This woman claims needles and other sharp objects just started to come out of her body.
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