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(Sabah Newspaper, 7 October 2011)
In Fatih, Istanbul, E.K. (33), an advertising man, allegedly took pictures of
two women living in the apartment below his by tying a string to his
cellphone and letting it hang parallel to the women's bathroom. E.K. has
been charged with the crime of 'violating the sanctity of personal life',which
carries a two year sentence.
According to the claim, Azerbaijani citizen T.M. (27) noticed the cellphone,
grabbed it and found pictures of herself and her brother's wife, S.M.(25),
while they were entering and exiting the bath. Claiming his intentions were
misunderstood, E.K. explained that 'I used the cellphone to light the air
passage when I was trying to reach antenna cables.'