S'pore man jailed 3 weeks after damaging 9 of hotel security guard's teeth during assault

1/6/2022 6:50:00 PM

S'pore man jailed 3 weeks after damaging 9 of hotel security guard's teeth during assault

S'pore man jailed 3 weeks after damaging 9 of hotel security guard's teeth during assault

After being assaulted, the guard and his colleague still managed to subdue the man and bring him back to his room.

hanyu pinyin) checked in to the hotel at Resorts World Sentosa with his family on the day of the incident. They left the hotel to eat nearby, and Lin consumed red wine before returning to the hotel.Shortly after, the offender approached hotel's reception to request for a room change. He was reportedly called"low-class" by an unnamed guest during the process. Enraged, Lin took off his top and raised his voice at the said guest.

SMDNwrote that hotel staff tried to calm Lin down at 10:45pm, who reacted by trying to summon his wife to the reception by calling her. Two security guards from the hotel arrived at the reception at approximately 11pm.Upon realising that the offender had consumed alcohol, the guards were about to bring him back to his room when the guest who had uttered the disparaging remark spoke up again, this time with:"Call the police if you have a problem."

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Blame the guest..busy body Oh of coz the right skin tone and name....a skin tone lighter or darker ... Send to the gallows 🤮🤬💩 The other guest should just shut up. Thanks to him or her. The guards got it.

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They left the hotel to eat nearby, and Lin consumed red wine before returning to the hotel. Shortly after, the offender approached hotel's reception to request for a room change. On Friday (May 27), Kwa Choon Eng, 67, was sentenced to nine weeks' imprisonment and disqualified from holding and obtaining all classes of driving licences for eight years after his release. He was reportedly called"low-class" by an unnamed guest during the process. The incident last July saw the bus driven by Mr Mohammed Salleh end up on its side following the collision. Enraged, Lin took off his top and raised his voice at the said guest.35am on Nov 11, 2020, when Kwa was driving along Bukit Batok West Avenue 4 towards Bukit Batok West Avenue 2 at about 27kmh to 32kmh. SMDN wrote that hotel staff tried to calm Lin down at 10:45pm, who reacted by trying to summon his wife to the reception by calling her. The victim's handphone was recovered upon the men's arrest.

Two security guards from the hotel arrived at the reception at approximately 11pm. Deputy Public Prosecutor Ng Shao Yan told the court that Kwa was driving without due care, failed to keep a proper lookout and did not notice Mr Lee. Upon realising that the offender had consumed alcohol, the guards were about to bring him back to his room when the guest who had uttered the disparaging remark spoke up again, this time with:"Call the police if you have a problem." Lin flew into another rage and attempted to approach the said guest, but was stopped by the two guards. He got out of the car and saw Mr Lee lying on the road. After being pushed into a corner, he started assaulting the guards. One man ended up on the floor and hit his head after being attacked by Lin, while the other was punched repeatedly in the mouth. He waited at the scene for the ambulance to arrive.

The two guards eventually subdued Lin and escorted him back to his room after he had calmed down. Nine teeth damaged The guard who was hit in the mouth sought medical attention the next morning, where he was told that one of his front teeth that had previously been restoratively treated was damaged. He was taken to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital but suffered cardiac arrest on the way there. Restorative dental treatment includes dental fillings, crowns and implants. As part of the restored tooth fell off after the assault, the entire restored portion had to be removed as the doctor was concerned that it would cause breathing difficulties.40am. The man went through another procedure two days later to treat the affected tooth.

Another of his front teeth was shaky, and seven other teeth suffered damage due to the impact caused by the offender's punches. Get a copy of The Straits Times or go to. Offender claims to have had severe depression SMDN reported that Lin claimed to have suffered from severe depression and that he was mentally affected by a car accident that he was involved in a year before the assault happened. He added that he was signing documents at the hotel's reception when he was insulted"for no reason", and that what happened, coupled with his condition, caused him to become impulsive. The severity of the injuries suffered by the guards were said to be due to the fact that Lin had been working out and therefore did not realise how much strength he was putting into his attacks. The judge pointed out that a psychiatric assessment showed that Lin had no condition that would predispose him to committing the crime, and that he had consumed alcohol before the incident happened.

The offender was also found to have a history of causing disturbances in public. Follow and listen to our podcast here Top photos by Shin Min Daily News & Sentosa. If you like what you read, follow us on .