More than 70, people signed an online petition accusing the police of sexism. The number of spycam crimes reported to police surged from around 1, in to more than 6, last year. Police announced last week they were seeking to arrest the operator of a feminist website for hosting spycam porn, including the photo Ahn took. Her arrest was highly publicised and covered by a phalanx of television cameras. Many male perpetrators have been required only to pay a modest fine. South Korea is in the midst of an epidemic of spycam pornography , where victims are secretly filmed in places such as toilet stalls and changing rooms. The year-old woman, identified only by her surname Ahn, was sentenced to 10 months in prison by the Seoul western district court and ordered to undergo 40 hours of counselling on sexual violence.
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Activists have pointed to the uncharacteristically swift police response and harsh punishment as evidence of ingrained sexism in the justice system. Ahn, also a nude model at an art school in Seoul, was arrested in May days after she posted a photo of her male colleague after an argument over sharing a rest area. A South Korean court has taken the rare step of jailing a woman for secretly photographing a male nude model, in a case that has sparked accusations of sexism and double standards. Her arrest was highly publicised and covered by a phalanx of television cameras. More than 70, people signed an online petition accusing the police of sexism. The news was seen as the latest injustice in a country where men dominate the halls of power. A series of monthly protests in Seoul have drawn tens of thousands of people.