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WOMAN CALLED CGH DOCTOR “CRAZY” AND TRIED TO BITE AUXILIARY POLICE OFFICER

A 54-year-old woman, Wang Xuyi, was sentenced to one-week imprisonment and a fine of $5,000 on 18 January for insulting a doctor at Changi General Hospital, as well as hitting and attempting to bite an auxiliary police officer.

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Wang was found guilty of two charges of using insulting words towards a CGH doctor, with another two charges of causing hurt and trying to cause hurt to an auxiliary police officer also being contested.

She was convicted in November 2021 for her offences after a trial, where she had claimed that she didn’t know that her words were insulting and that she was not aware of what the word “crazy” meant in Chinese.

Wang indicated that she intended to file an appeal against her sentence on Tuesday and her jail sentence has been deferred to 3 February.

What happened?

The incidents happened on 16 May 2020 during the Circuit Breaker.

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Wang was causing a ruckus at Changi General Hospital after refusing to be tested further and asked for antibiotics.

She then barged into a consultation room, where her female doctor was attending to another patient at the time.

She then said a number of things to the doctor, including calling her “stupid” before leaving the consultation room.

Wang then continued her antics at the hospital admissions counter, making a scene and said some more things to the same doctor, including telling her “ni shen jing bing” in Chinese (“you are crazy”).

Three auxiliary officers then arrived and attempted to escort Wang out of the hospital, to which Wang then took out her phone and wanted to film them.

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The officers then warned her several times not to do so as recording was prohibited in the area, and she continued to raise her hands to record them as they raised their hands over her phone to cover the camera.

A struggle soon ensued and Wawng then hit one of the auxiliary officers, Nurul Neeza Mohd Jumain, on her left shoulder with force at least thrice.

The officers then allowed Wang to sit down on a bench, and she then pulled down her face mask and pounced onto Neesa’s arm in an attempt to bite her.

Neeza managed to avoid being bitten by the woman by releasing her grip on her straightaway.

The entire incident was caught on CGH’s CCTV at the Accident and Emergency Department.

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