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S’PORE MAN RAPED MALE FRIEND AFTER ORD CELEBRATION, FACING MORE THAN 20 YEARS JAIL

Jeffrey Pe, now 45 years old, allegedly assaulted a then-20-year-old male victim during a celebration for the latter finishing his NS.

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He is facing three charges of penetrating the alleged victim who was too drunk to consent to the acts at the time of the incident, and faces a potential jail term of up to 20 years along with a fine and caning.

What happened?

Pe first met the alleged victim at a pub around 23 July 2017, and the latter had just recently broken up with his girlfriend at the time and wanted to know more women, according to Channel NewsAsia (CNA).

The two then became friends, and Pe then invited the victim and a woman that the latter was interested in, to his birthday party on 29 July 2017, and they also exchanged numbers.

Pe and the victim went out on 8 August 2017 to celebrate the latter’s ORD (Operationally Ready Date, when a serviceman finishes his NS), according to TODAY.

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They drank at Chinatown before heading to Pe’s condominium, and the victim then asked if he could stay over, and Pe then allegedly made the victim an alcoholic drink before offering him some clothes to change and his bed to sleep in.

The victim then declined and chose to sleep on Pe’s bedroom floor instead, and he later woke up and found his jeans and underwear pulled down will Pe allegedly performing oral intercourse on him.

Pe also allegedly used his fingers to penetrate the victim from behind.

The victim then called a friend and said that he was raped by Pe, and reported the incident to the police on 9 AUgust at about 5.47am, saying that “a guy just tried to rape me. I have known him for a few weeks, he was very intoxicated. He is at home right now.”

The authorities then went down to Pe’s home and arrested him.

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