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A female accountant was sentenced to seven months in jail last Tuesday after she spat on a senior police officer, kicked him and a female officer and verbally abused the female officer in a lengthy tirade after she was caught causing a drunken commotion.

48-year-old Huang Huiling faced 21 charges but pleaded not guilty to 7 charges. She plans to appeal against her conviction.

According to the Chinese daily, residents living near the multi-storey carpark of Block 510A Jelapang Road in Bukit Panjang complained of a commotion in the wee hours of the morning of 9 April 2016. A police sergeant arrived at the scene and found that Huang was uncooperative.

The officer then called for back-up and two more officers arrived. One of the officers, a female sergeant, asked Huang to take a breathalyzer test. Besides rejecting the request, Huang launched into a vulgar tirade after claiming that she had no experience performing oral sex and did not know how to “blow.”

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In a rant that was several minutes long, Huang verbally abused the female officer, saying that the officer had intercourse and oral sex with a man but did not collect payment and so she was “worse than a prostitute”.

Huang then kicked the female sergeant;s right thigh and kicked the male sergeant, as well. The senior officer at the scene made the call to bring Huang back to the police station. As Huang entered the police car, she allegedly spat on the senior officer’s face.

Speaking to the Chinese daily last week, Huang said that she drank that day because she had just broken up with her boyfriend. Appearing remorseful, Huang said:

“He was very violent towards me, smashing the mirrors and cabinets at home. I called the police several times. We were together for four to five years and I wanted to end the relationship, but he keeps asking for a reconciliation.”

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