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The man gets a prison for a stick with his girlfriend 40 times and makes her kneel on lighters

SINGAPORE: A man who put his girlfriend in abuse for four days, 40 times with a stick stick and kneeling on lighters, was sentenced to seven months in prison Friday (July 12th).

The 25-year-old boy can not be called because of the impossibility to issue information that could identify the 22-year-old victim.

The man who was unemployed but has since found a job as a GrabFood rider has found himself guilty of three accusations of voluntary harm, insulting the woman's modesty and threatening to hurt his family.

Five other charges were taken into account.

The court understood that the incident had occurred after the accused believed his girlfriend had cheated him. On March 28 last year the woman was at his home because she planned to stay with him that night.

When he changed his mind and decided to go home, the man did not allow her to leave. He began blaming her for fraud, said Deputy Prosecutor Ann Sok Chen.

"He then asked the victim to strip naked and told the victim that she wanted to take her naked pictures as she wanted to be a slut," the prosecutor said.

The man said he would harm the family members if he did not strip him and let him shoot his naked body.


Fearing about the safety of her family, the woman took off her clothes and allowed her friend to shoot her. The man did it before threatening to spread the pictures if he did not listen to him in the future.

Then she hit her face with the phone before she wanted to kneel, lighter on each knee.

He threatened to kill her family if she did not comply, the court said. As the woman knelt, her boyfriend started using a cane to hit her hands and thigh.

She told her to choose between two options: to allow him to keep holding her, or to go to his house to "make a mess."

The woman chose the first opportunity because she was afraid of the safety of her family. The man instructed her to lie down on his bed and take off his shorts and underwear.

Then he used a 69 cm long rattan cane and broke his ass several times. The woman counted the whips in her head, which were about 40.

By the time the woman was in her friend's home, she was hit several times on her face as well as her chest, stomach, shoulders and arm.

Her mother made a police report on the night of March 31, 2018. The woman sought medical care at the Singapore General Hospital, where the doctors found a 3 cm long mark on her thigh, 2 cm 2 cm in diameter on her right and three. the smaller bruises on her left side.

She was given a three-day medical leave, and the medical reports state that the findings are in line with the history of the physical assault.

A person is suffering from a psychiatric disorder, but not related to the crime

The man was taken to the Institute for Mental Health for Psychiatric Assessment where he was diagnosed with persistent depressive disorder and borderline personality traits.

However, the physician said his mental disorder had no significant connection with his crimes.

The prosecutor's office has requested a prison sentence of at least seven months, stating that the misuse is intentional and is intended to humiliate or injure the victim.

There has also been a breach of trust as they have been linked, but the victim has been the victim of abuse and injury by his friend.

He also used a cannon-like weapon, the prosecutor said, and the victim was afraid of the safety of his family and had suffered bodily injuries even though they were just bruises and bruises.

The lawyer of the man said he had spoken with his client and the family of his client and they would allow the court to decide on the sentence.

He demanded postponement of the sentence, as the accused had recently acquired work as a GrabFood rider and accepted some preliminary orders.

He asked for the postponement to settle these orders along with some personal questions.

District judge Jasvender Kaur said that what he found to be significant was the motivation behind man's behavior – which is that he wants to ensure compliance with the victim's demands.

She said that the MoI report, stating that the person was suffering from a disorder, shows that his condition has no significant connection with the crimes.

It provided the man with a postponement of the sentence on 31 July.

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