Where have you been... Vietnam doesn't have laws as strict as Singapore's, if you don't know.
If the doctor did not retaliate or push him away fast enough, he would almost surely have gone further. Obviously he did not seem to know the dire consequences of his stupid act in the eyes of Singapore Law, given also that he is enjoying a good status as a scholar. (Read below.)
To all others:
I just read a more detailed report... this guy is a "Maths whiz/prodigy", and won an Asean scholarship to do a Master's degree in computer and electrical engineering at NUS. Married and father of 1 kid. After the doc pulled her hand away, he sat naked on the couch and asked if she was sure she was done with him. Sicko!
I somehow feel his status as a scholar has some part to play in the light sentence. Was expecting him to get a day or week's jail. After all, body contacts were already made and his actions were planned and ill-intentioned.
But this guy should count himself lucky. Had he managed to kiss the doc or touch her more private areas, I think he would have been in much deeper trouble.
Last edited by kiwi2; 20th October 2010 at 05:07 PM.
It's really ironic huh... eg: A thief goes to steal something in a shop. Someone reports him to the police. The item is returned to the shop. The thief gets fined (assuming minor first offence) and the money goes to.... ? Not the shop!
In this case, the pervert and the doc are like mere actor and actress (poor victim) in a show. In the end, the money doesn't go to the victim, but somewhere else.
Enough of this tit for tat nonsense.
All I am trying to say is, I did not mention there are no laws in Vietnam which you implied I had done. So I responded to your post.
Secondly, I don't know his ultimate intention. But if you don't know too, why mention "rape" in your post? You are implying again?
Thirdly, bribery and corruption do exist in Vietnam and there is a way out of certain offences which is a lot more difficult if not usually impossible to do so in Singapore.
Ok, I gotta go home now. Cheers.
Last edited by ed9119; 20th October 2010 at 05:49 PM.
shaddap and just shoot .... up close
certainly that might enforce the mentality - molest a doctor, pay $8000 and move on?
that manner of thinking is just ridiculous to me as well. certainly it makes more sense to attribute this as a deterrent, nothing more... if fines had to be visibly used to address the nature of the crime they were paid for, it would be a very interesting day for modern legislation.
anyways, glad to see that the moderators are clear on what's going on here.
Last edited by ed9119; 20th October 2010 at 05:50 PM.
something that might interest you all.
You can visit the doctor and determine yourself.
Last edited by kwttan; 20th October 2010 at 07:43 PM.
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This guy damn weird. Normal guys have naughty nurse fantasies. This guy has doctor fantasies.
True the doctor didn't get the 8k, but at least she got her consultation fee, i hope, so not a total loss for her.
If any part of the money actually goes to the victims, there may be a lot of "crying wolf" cases in future....
This is one reason why it's not a good idea.
mmm, we should be questioning the culprit integrity / moral attitude towards the Doctor who was being victimized; rather than discussing the sensualism. personally, I felt that the person is insulting the medical professional . from now onwards, she would have this stigma towards male patients and that is very unfair to us.. they should be fine, jail and caned to warn to sick minded guys out there to respect these medical professional!