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Woman fights back molester – squeezes his nuts to free herself

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What does a woman do when a man tries to molest her? Hurt him where he will hurt the most – his genitals. That’s exactly what a 21-year-old woman did.
31-year-old Kum Keng Fa, an odd-job worker was drinking at coffeeshop in Sims Ave when he saw the woman and followed her into the lift of a HDB block. In the lift he introduced himself as ‘Ken’, claimed that he lived in the same block and struck up a conversation with her.
Then all of sudden, he grabbed her breasts from behind. The woman struggled and they both fell to the ground. In the ensuing melee, Kum pinned the woman down and lifted her clothes, covering her mouth to prevent her from screaming.
The feisty woman however fought back and squeezed his nuts. He eventually released her and escaped, but left his phone behind. The phone he left behind led to his arrest.
Kum has been sentenced to 27 months in jail and three strokes of the cane for the crime of outrage of modesty.

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