STOMPer Andorra is disturbed by the fact that part of the second storey of a museum has flooring made of clear glass, and those on the ground floor can look directly above, which does not bode well for those wearing skirts.
Said the STOMPer:
"I would want to bring this up to your attention to make the public aware and to educate 'these' people.
"I went to Mint Museum of Toys located at 26 Seah Street with my family on 13/5/12, it was definitely a very disappointing trip.
"From ground level above the entrance counter, you can look up directly and clearly to the third level through the clear glass flooring.
"Initially, I thought it was a mirrored glass when everyone noticed that piece of glass flooring when we were at level 3 as I didn't believe that the Mint Museum of Toys could have made such a deliberate 'obscene scene'.
"Before leaving the place, I looked up from the ground level to reconfirm that it was a piece of glass flooring. That's where I confirmed it with the attached pictures and asked the manager, Roger, why they can't do something about it.
"He gave me a very dumb answer: 'It's the design of the building by the architects and we can't do anything.'
"Immediately, I told him off, 'What do you mean you can't do anything! Your management can place the carpet over or floor stickers to cover that glass!'
"We paid the entrance fees to see toys, the staffs and the public can get to enjoy the 'upskirt show'.
"Are these 'people' trying to draw the 'perverts' in to increase their sales and crowd? Obviously all the staff there are aware of that piece of glass yet, they do 'nothing' about it."