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Indian-origin man jailed for beating wife in Singapore

Inderjit Singh Bhagh Singh had hit his wife twice with a motorcycle exhaust pipe which broke her collarbone and a finger. (Reuters) Inderjit Singh Bhagh Singh had hit his wife twice with a motorcycle exhaust pipe which broke her collarbone and a finger. (Reuters)
Press Trust of India | Singapore | Posted: March 14, 2014 10:52 am

An Indian-origin man in Singapore has been jailed for 12 weeks for brutally assaulting his wife suspecting her to be having an affair, a media report said on Friday.

Inderjit Singh Bhagh Singh, 36, had hit his wife twice with a motorcycle exhaust pipe which broke her collarbone and a finger.

On July 27, 2012, Singh returned home and beat his wife under the influence of alcohol. He suspected his wife of having an affair with another man, The Straits Times reported on Friday. Singh’s 26-year-old wife denied the allegations.

Singh was also fined SGD 2,000 on Thursday for abusive a police sergeant.

On January 2, Singh hurled abuses at Sergeant Benjamin Cheah Fook Yeong, who responded to a call of loud music from his apartment.

Reeking of alcohol, both Singh and his friend argued with the Sergeant.

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