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A 23-year-old Filipina administrator was using the washroom when she saw the 23-year-old Jordanian computer operator peeping at her countrywoman secretary while she was in the bathroom at the hotel where they work in May.
Dubai: A computer operator has been accused of entering a women's washroom and peeping over the toilet's cubicle at a secretary when she was using the bathroom.
Bob explained how the nosy old man had got the nickname because he was a right Peeping Tom who had even spied on Bob's wife by drilling holes in the back garden fence.
Critique: An erudite and insightful work, "The Reader As Peeping Tom" is a extraordinary model of analytical literary scholarship.
The Peeping Tom character was said to have been struck blind after looking at Lady Godiva while others looked away to preserve her modesty.
During investigation, he denied intentionally peeping at the woman in nude, saying he was only cleaning the window glass of the bathroom, which was his job.
It normalises and mainstreams the idea of peeping," the Courier Mail quote Reist as saying.
PEEPING TOM 50th ANNIVERSARY (15) Verdict: HE'D already made classic movies like Black Narcissus (1947) and The Red Shoes a year later, but when Peeping Tom was released in 1960 it all but ended Kent-born director Michael Powell's career.
3 : to show slightly <There are crocuses peeping through the snow.
PUNTERS who want to back Peeping Fawn to win the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe can get an industry-best 10-1 with Ladbrokes - but they will have to ask for the price, writes Bruce Millington.
PEEPING FAWN can take a 2-1 lead in the battle of the Oaks heroines with a victory in the Group 1 Nassau Stakes (3.
MEGA impressive Nassau Stakes heroine Peeping Fawn, running for the ninth time this season, could be kept in action for an autumn Arc tilt.