slunder the watchful eyes of people; under the public gaze; in the face of the world; in the full blaze/glare of publicity
He robbed an old lady in broad daylight.
He committed crime even under the watchful eyes of the people.
He was shot in full view of a large crowd.
He has his true nature cast into the public spotlight.
Some residents were frightened to talk publicly.
You may feel tearful in situations where you feel conspicuous.
- Note"众目睽睽" means "under the public gaze", indicating that "bad people and bad things cannot be hidden", and also used to describe the occasion under the public gaze.