You shouldn’t be touching people inappropriately and without permission.
If you don’t know what that is, it’s called molestation.
It’s quite well known that sometime back, a man from NUS, Terrence Siow, was accused of molesting a woman in September 2018.
However, many might remember that he was not jailed but put on probation due to his academic results showing he had the “potential to excel in life” on 25 September this year.
Which of course, led to massive outrage.
Because when tens of thousands of people sign a petition stating their unhappiness, an explanation is likely needed.
Now up online for the public to read, District Judge Jasvender Kaur explains why the 23-year-old victim had his punishment toned down.
It is good to note that agree or not that we should keep discussions civil.
According to Mothership, the following were some of the reasons brought to consideration.
Length Of Molestation And Circumstance
Personally, I think molestation should just be one standard category.
But I’m not the lawyer here.
Siow was guilty of using one finger to touch the victim’s buttocks over her shorts and was described as brief.
He was also accused of touching the victim’s