Lee faces a number of threats for his actions.
This man from Singapore received a punishment for being caught stealing women’s underwear to satisfy his sexual desires. The man is known to have stolen about 100 bra and 42 pairs of underwear Lee Chee Kin, 39, pleaded guilty to 10 counts of theft, criminal offense, breaking into computer access, and violating Covid-19 regulations. Another 14 allegations are still under consideration.According to information from the court, Lee chose to steal underwear based on his form. He climbed the back gate and entered the residents’ clothesline to commit the theft.”The defendant used a bra and stolen panties for his own sexual satisfaction,” Deputy Prosecutor General Kwang Jia Min was quoted as saying on Channel News Asia.
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Breaking 30 Houses for Women’s Underwear
Lee was reported to have entered 30 victims’ homes and stole at least 34 bras, 42 pairs of underwear and bras and one pair of bra straps.On April 15, when a circuit breaker or regional quarantine in Singapore took effect, Lee left his home with the intention of stealing. At that time, Lee was on bail court and did not wear a mask when leaving the house.Lee claimed to have misused a debit card at the MRT station on behalf of Ang Mo Kio and spent around 91 Singapore dollars (Rp950 thousand).He hopes to get a chance to see a doctor and “do something good for the community”. Prosecutors said they would not object to the decision.
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Prosecutor stated that he did not yet have certainty regarding the sexual abnormality owned by Lee as a reasonable psychiatric condition. Or is such a condition related to the act of violation committed.For criminal offenses, Lee could be jailed for up to three months, fined up to 500 Singapore dollars (Rp. 5.2 million), or both.For theft, he could be jailed for up to three years, fined, or both.For violating Covid-19 regulations, he could be jailed for up to six months, fined up to 10 thousand Singapore dollars (Rp100 million), or both.
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Thailand Officially Opens Shopping Center After 2 Months Closed Due to Covid-19
Thailand officially reopened malls and department stores for the first time, Sunday, May 17, 2020, after being closed since March due to the corona virus pandemic. This policy was implemented following the slowing of the addition of new cases of Covid-19.The best mall manager in Thailand, Central Pattana Pcl, reopens 33 shopping centers throughout the country. The company enforces density control by only allowing one person per 5 square meters, using a body temperature measuring robot, and using a lift without touch.
Quoted from the Straits Times , dozens of visitors were seen queuing before entering the Iconsiam mall in central Bangkok. Visitors are asked to scan the QR code and register on the official government website before entering.”I want to eat Japanese cuisine now because I haven’t tasted it in three to four months yesterday. This QR code is not comfortable for parents like me,” said Sa-nguan Khumrungroj, 65.A machine spraying disinfectant at the customer’s feet when they enter the Iconsiam mall. There are also a number of hand sanitizers.
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The Covid-19 Positive Case Slows
On Sunday, Thailand reported that there were only three new cases, in line with the slowing trend of adding Covid-19 cases throughout May. So far, there have been 3,028 positive cases in Thailand, with 2,856 patients cured and 56 dead.”Cases have declined a lot, so I think it’s right to reopen the mall because the economy has deteriorated,” said another Iconsiam mall visitor, Pornchai Laochunsuwan.The Thai government ordered the malls to close at 20.00. Areas that allow people to gather such as the cinema and bowling alley must remain closed.
Government eased other measures on Sunday, including shortening the curfew by one hour. The previous curfew starts at 10:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. to starts from 11 p.m. to 4 p.m. local time.In late April, the country imposed restrictions on small businesses such as restaurants and haircuts. On Saturday, aviation regulators extended the ban on international flights until the end of June.