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WOMAN SCOLDED DOCTOR “NI SHENG JING BING”, ATTEMPTED TO BITE AUXILIARY POLICE

54 y.o Wang Xuyi was convicted in Court for scolding a doctor at Changi General Hospital (CGH) with terms such as “stupid” and “crazy” in Maindarin.

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She also hit an auxiliary police officer and tried to bite her when they were trying to escort her out of the clinic.

The events that happened

Wang went to CGH on May 16, 2020 to see Dr Magneline Ang at about 6pm.

Dr Ang recommended certain necessary tests and had offered to confirm the diagnosis of Wang as well as check if there was further treatment needed, to which Wang initially refused but accepted 45 minutes later.

A brief moment later, Dr Ang was told that Wang had again refused to proceed with the recommendations and raised her voice even when Dr Ang had tried to convince Wang that it was necessary with the help of a senior doctor.

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Wang had wanted only antibiotics for her condition at that time

At about 9pm when Dr Ang was seeing another patient, Wang forced her way into the consultation room and said that she did not want to wait any longer and scolded Dr Ang ‘stupid’.

Dr Ang continued with her duties even after the confrontation and was later told again at 9:30pm that Wang now wanted to be admitted into the hospital.

The paperwork was then arranged but Wang changed her mind again and wanted to speak with Dr Ang.

Dr Ang went to find Wang who then told her that she refused to be admitted and questioned her on why she proceeded to do the paperwork for her admission.

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She then scolded Dr Ang “Ni sheng jing bing” which is mandarin for “you are crazy”.

Three auxiliary police officers then wanted to escort Wang out and Wang took out her phone wanting to film the scene despite repeated warnings not to do so as the are in a prohibited zone.

They raised their hands to cover her camera lens and amidst the struggle, Wang forcefully hit one of the officers on her left shoulder thrice and bit her in the arm.

Wang claimed that she did not know the meaning of “ni sheng jing bing” when asked by the prosecution.

Penalties

Penalties for voluntarily causing hurt are a jail term for up to three years or a fine up to S$5,000, or punished both.

For harrassment, she is liable for a jail term of up to a year or fine up to S$5,000, or both.

Wang is now out on a S$30,000 bail and will go back to court on Dec 6.

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