Bangkok MRT guard fired for horndog creepshots of women passengers

File photo of passengers aboard an MRT train.  Photo: Matthew Klein / Flickr
File photo of passengers aboard an MRT train. Photo: Matthew Klein / Flickr

An MRT security guard who posted creepshots of female commuters with lewd captions to Twitter was fired today after a passenger discovered his account.

The system operator announced today it had confirmed the account belonged to the guard assigned to MRT Lat Phrao and had filed a complaint against him, according to Wittaya Punmongkol of the Mass Rapid Transit Authority. The guard’s name was not disclosed.

The horny guard’s account came to light last night when @Francsloth tweeted about it with hashtags #DangerWarning and #MeToo in a post tagging the MRT’s account. The user shared suspicions the person behind the account might be a security guard after several pictures showed the station’s name.

“This is so bad. This account took several creepshots of women and posted them here,” it said. “It is ‘likely’ a security guard at MRT Lat Phrao, beware everyone.”

The account features photos taken of unsuspecting women, often shot from behind, with captions such as “she’s so fat that I wanna fuck,” “I like when I see a panty line beneath those pants,” and “just saw this and I’m already horny.”

The account remains active and this morning tweeted new photos along with claims he was “just a commuter.”

“Actually, I’m just a person who has to commute a lot. I know it’s wrong to take unaware shots of people,” he wrote. “It’s just my personal taste and the women in each pic aren’t dressed revealingly … if you don’t like it, don’t look. What a bunch of Pollyannas.”

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