TAMMY NYP Sex Scandal
Filming Herself Making Love - Using Her Mobile Phone Which Was Stolen Laterr
The Tammy sex video scandal was an incident in Singapore involving a sex video first circulated in mid-February 2006 that turned into an Internet phenomenon. The guy's name is Ah Nan. The incident began when a student from Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP), known only as Tammy, apparently had her mobile phone stolen, and a 10-minute video of her having sex (which included intercourse as well as oral sex) with her boyfriend was uploaded on the internet.
The video, which was stored in the girl's mobile phone, was initially spread via instant messaging, email and blogs, but eventually made it to the front pages of national newspapers. Shortly after, the video gained international notoriety as many people curiously began searching for it online under the keyword Tammy Nyp, causing the scandal to make it to the first five places in Technorati's top search terms for almost two weeks. The video was reportedly sold on DVDs in Penang, Malaysia. A domain on the scandal's top search term was also squatted, and other merchandise such as T-shirts was sold online.
Questions of morality were raised after the scandal broke. Critics blamed the girl for shooting the video in the first place, while others pointed the finger at the culprit who uploaded the video. Her boyfriend, on the other hand, escaped the same level of criticism, prompting comments questioning some critics' bias. The girl, when interviewed, claimed that she had no aspirations of fame.
A search in the internet for the video clip ranked highest and residing in some hard-to-find places.
According to reliable sources, the video clip is circulating at "nastynews dot org " .
Note: Do note that distributing and watching the video clip is unlawful locally here.
Tracing Loss of Mobile Phone
Welcome to the Handphone IMEI Tracing System
To curb this problem and deter handphone thieves from selling their stolen handphones to the public and/or secondhand dealers, the Handphone IMEI Tracing System (HITS) has been developed to enable the identification of stolen and lost handphones, using each handphone's unique 15 or 17 digit International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number.(Note: To retrieve the IMEI number of your handphone, please key *#06# on your handphone keypad.)
HITS Link: https://www.psi.gov.sg/NASApp/tmf/TMFServlet?app=SPF-HITS-SCREENING
Mobile Tracker application of handphones
Many of the moile phone manufacturers have feature like "Mobile Tracker" that alerts you when your mobile’s SIM card is changed, helping you to recover lost or stolen mobile.
Do read up the manual provided by your mobile phone retailer to activate the application. Usually there are no charges involved except the usual sms costs.
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