Youth gets 7 years’ jail, 15 strokes for ‘brutal, violent’ rape, robbery of prostitute in his flat

Youth gets 7 years’ jail, 15 strokes for ‘brutal, violent’ rape, robbery of prostitute in his flat

16.9.2019

Youth gets 7 years’ jail, 15 strokes for ‘brutal, violent’ rape, robbery of prostitute in his flat

SINGAPORE — Not content with robbing a terrified prostitute thrice his age while armed with a chopper, 17-year-old Mendel See Li Quan then raped the woman before letting her leave his flat.

Read more: TODAY

WEEKLY ROUND-UP: Sports happenings in Singapore (9-15 September)SINGAPORE — Here is a round-up of sports events and developments in the past week (9 to 15 September).

Oil prices surge 15 per cent after attack on Saudi facility hits global supplyNEW YORK (REUTERS) - Oil prices surged more than 15 per cent at the open on Sunday (Sept 15) after an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday that knocked out more than 5 per cent of global oil supply.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Oil prices surge 15% after attack on Saudi facility hits global supplyNEW YORK: Oil prices surged more than 15 per cent at the open on Sunday (Sep 15) after an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday that ...

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, Sept 15A selection of news stories that happened overnight, Sept 15, 2019.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Golf: Chile's rising star Niemann wins first PGA Tour eventLOS ANGELES: Joaquin Niemann fired a closing round of 64 on Sunday (Sep 15) to capture The Greenbrier by six strokes and become the first Chilean ...

Football: Brunei DPMM clinch Singapore Premier League titleSINGAPORE: Bruneian side Brunei DPMM won the Singapore Premier League (SPL) on Sunday (Sep 15), becoming the fifth foreign team in as many years ...

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