Neighbour in abuse case faces two more charges
The neighbour of a woman, allegedly made to eat faeces and drink urine, faced two additional charges on Friday (July 31).
Darwinder Singh Sukhdev Singh, 39, who is unemployed, is now accused of abetting the victim's husband, Mr Khamis Abas, to voluntarily cause hurt to his wife, Madam Kamisah Burel, 58, by feeding her human faeces and urine.
Singh allegedly committed the offence at Block 48 Lower Delta Road in April.
A video clip of Madam Kamisah being slapped, allegedly by her daughter, had gone viral.
Singh is also accused of slapping Mr Khamis on his face once at the block of flats sometime last year. He was first charged in court last week.
His earlier charge stated he had allegedly abetted the couple's daughter, Ms Siti Nur Redha Khamis, 25, to voluntarily cause hurt to her mother by feeding the elderly woman human faeces and urine.
He is accused of committing this offence at the same block at around 10.30pm on July 1.
Singh is now remanded at the Institute of Mental Health for a psychiatric evaluation and will be back in court on Aug 14.
Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 1.
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