Man in Woodlands interchange spitting case found guilty; sentencing to be done on Friday

Man in Woodlands interchange spitting case found guilty; sentencing to be done on Friday

Cleaner Juraimi Kamaludin, 48, was found guilty of being a public nuisance; spitting at customer service officer Teoh Lay Peng, 41, once and pushing her out of the front door of SMRT service 950; two counts of spitting at secretary Lee Kuan Eng, 34, for a total of six times last October.

 


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The man, who was accused of spitting at the two women at the Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange in October last year, had pleaded not guilty to five of the six charges against him.

He had been captured on video spitting spitting on a woman's face several times, due to an argument wherein he allegedly took offence when he was reprimanded for jumping the bus queue.

Video clips of the incident were shown in court.

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