A man who fell asleep while watching an ‘age 19+ video’ on subway line 1 is likely to be punished…

The image of a man who fell asleep while watching ‘pornography (adult video)’ on a train on Seoul Subway Line 1 was revealed. It was pointed out that while the man was repeatedly dozing메이저사이트 off and waking up, passengers around him were also exposed to the video against their will. A tip-off video showing a man falling asleep while watching adult content on his cell phone in the subway line 1 bound for Kwangwoon University around 11 a.m. on the 20th was released on JTBC’s ‘Incidence Chief’


Informant A, who was on the same train as this man, said, “The man woke up from a doze and started laughing while watching adult content again,” and added, “I even thought that maybe there was something wrong with him.”

The video released by Mr. A also showed the screen of the mobile phone he was holding in his hand being shown to the passengers while the man was sleeping. After seeing this, Oh Yun-seong, a professor of police administration at Soonchunhyang University, pointed out, “It is a situation that can cause (sexual) shame in others.”

Viewing adult content on the subway may be subject to legal punishment under the Railway Safety Act. According to Article 47, Paragraph 1 of the Railway Safety Act, acts that cause sexual humiliation to passengers on the subway are prohibited, and violations can result in a fine of up to 5 million won.

According to experts, in the case of viewing pornography under the Railway Safety Act, unlike forcible molestation under the Criminal Act, a crime can be established even without direct physical contact. This means that if watching adult videos causes sexual shame in other passengers, you will be subject to punishment. Punishment is determined by the size of the screen or volume on which the video appears, the attitude when watching the video, and whether or not the person continues to watch the video despite sanctions from others.

However, unlike the subway, the Traffic Safety Act applies to buses, and punishment is not possible because there are no regulations in place to punish this.

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