In Singapore, a drunk tourist was bitten by a police officer and was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison, writes RIA Novosti.
Kathy Christina Rakich, a 27-year-old New Zealand resident, was reportedly visiting her sister and her friend in Singapore. The company drank at the bar, and when they returned home, they quarreled. The guest’s sister called the police.
Arriving police decided to arrest the New Zealand. However, she did not agree with this and made a brawl along the way. In the end, she severely bit the police officer. After that, a police officer was hospitalized, where she was vaccinated against tetanus and hepatitis. She also decided to start antiretroviral therapy.
New Zealand was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison. In Singapore, the maximum punishment for causing harm to a public servant reaches seven years in prison, a fine and even stick blows are still possible. True, only men under 50 are punished in the last way.