I originally came onto premed101 because of the helpful information from the many intelligent and experienced users that post here. But honestly, I don't think I'll be frequenting this site as much anymore, in large part because of the austere and baseless neuroticism that's seemed so common here as of late, as evidenced by the button fiasco (which was completely incorrect), and now this.
Honestly, think about what you're saying for a second. You're expecting qualities that may be associated with voyeurism to be picked up at an MMI?. Each interviewer gets 8 minutes to evaluate the candidate, right? All situations are either incredibly general or focus on a specific situation, but nevertheless all scenarios are designed to provide an opportunity for the candidate to selectively highlight the best of themselves, i.e. selectively present the CanMED traits. Imagine what kinds of questions would need to be asked to detect psychopathy or criminal tendencies in an individual. Imagine what kinds of traits the would have to be quantifiably measured for candidates to be redflagged on the basis of 'psychological unwellness'.
The MMI isn't a Rorschach, and the interviewers are not behavioral psychologists. The kinds of personality devices that lead to behavior like Voyeruism have massively intricate psychosexual roots, which psychologists dedicate their careers to quantifying and identifying. The MMI is an interview, not an interrogation or a psychological examination.
This, along with what everyone else has said. Honestly it's amazing the kinds of mental gymnastics people do to validate their own beliefs. The button thing and now this.