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22 Y.O ALLEGEDLY BROKE INTO NTU DORM & THREATENED TO KILL GIRL UNLESS HE CAN “HAVE” HER

In a shocking incident at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), a 22-year-old man named Kaung Myat San allegedly broke into a dormitory room, threatening to kill a woman if he couldn’t have her.

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This unsettling event has led to charges of trespassing and criminal intimidation against Kaung. He was charged in court on 19 January with trespassing and criminal intimidation, and he has indicated that he will not plead guilty to his charges and intends to seek legal representation, according to a report by TODAY.

The Allegations and Legal Charges

Kaung reportedly trespassed into a dormitory room at Binjai Hall on Jan 17 around 8 pm. Binjai Hall, a residence for NTU students within the campus, became the setting for this disturbing episode.

The charge sheets reveal that Kaung not only invaded the victim’s space but also threatened her life. His alleged words, promising harm and even death if he couldn’t have the woman, painted a sinister picture. The gravity of these threats led to one charge of criminal intimidation.

Court records indicate that Kaung has pleaded not guilty, expressing his intention to engage a lawyer. He claims to have had “no intention to hurt (his) girlfriend,” leaving the nature of their relationship ambiguous. As the legal proceedings unfold, it remains to be seen how Kaung’s defense will unfold.

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NTU’s Response and Wellbeing Support

In response to the incident, NTU took measures to support the wellbeing of the student involved. Wellbeing support services were provided following the distressing encounter. The university has urged the NTU community to stay vigilant and report any suspicious activities to campus security.

Kaung, currently in remand, is set to appear in court on Feb 5. If found guilty of criminal intimidation, he could face a sentence of up to 10 years, a fine, or both. Trespassing, if proven, carries penalties of a jail term of up to three months, a fine of up to S$1,500, or both.

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