In the new report, the Law Reform Commission recommended Hong Kong authorities base the new law on section 67 of the English Sexual Offences Act 2003. Photo: Shutterstock

Enact upskirting law to plug loophole, Hong Kong’s Law Reform Commission tells government

  • Commission says there is a pressing need for new laws to be enacted after the Court of Final Appeal struck down wholesale use of a ‘one-size-fits-all’ law
  • It recommended two offences be created, one of them a statutory alternative offence to be used if sexual intent cannot be proved
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In the new report, the Law Reform Commission recommended Hong Kong authorities base the new law on section 67 of the English Sexual Offences Act 2003. Photo: Shutterstock
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