A Taekwando martial artist was left shocked and violated when a volleyball player allegedly shot a video of her bathing at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) facility in Mallathahalli. The incident has sparked outrage and concern about women’s safety and privacy at the facility. The volleyball player reportedly shot the video on her mobile phone while the Taekwando athlete was taking a bath. When the athlete discovered the phone, she confronted the volleyball player and broke the device. She also filed a complaint at the Jnanabharathi police station, leading to the accused being charged under Sections 354, 201, and 66C of the IT Act. The incident has raised questions about the lack of privacy and security for women at the SAI facility. Women athletes should feel safe and protected while using the facilities provided to them, and such incidents highlight the need for increased vigilance and stricter measures to
prevent such violations from occurring. The police have seized the recorded mobile phone and are questioning the volleyball player. This incident is a reminder that women’s privacy is a fundamental right that should be protected, and strict action should be taken against those who breach it.