Indonesian maid faces mischief charge in Singaporean court for adding menstrual blood into an employer's coffee cup
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Indonesian maid faces mischief charge in Singaporean court for adding menstrual blood into an employer's coffee cup

Singapore : Singapore | May 25, 2012 at 3:05 AM PDT
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More than 200,000 women from Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and India work as maids in Singapore

Reported on May 25,2012

An Indonesian maid faced the Singaporean court for adding a menstrual blood to her employer's coffee cup.

The 24 year old Indonesian named Jumiah has been working since August 31,2011 to a male Singaporean employer Phang Nyit Sin who is living in a flat at Choa Chu Kang. Now the incident leads to committed her to mischief. The case will be mentioned in week's time and she bail $5,000.

An Indonesian interpreter was with Jumiah in the court said that Jumiah pleads guilty. The maximum penalty for mischief is a one year jailtime and a fine.

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More than 200,000 maids, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia, work in wealthy Singapore
More than 200,000 maids, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia, work in wealthy Singapore
shiela marie martinez is based in Butuan, Caraga, Philippines, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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