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Chinese national in verbal abuse case permanently banned from working in Singapore

Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower revoked Han Feizi’s work permit and imposed a lifelong work ban after her recent admission of guilt.

Accused of providing false information, she misrepresented herself as a secretary while freelancing as a hostess, as per MOM’s allegations.

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SINGAPORE: With the guilty plea of 29-year-old Chinese national Han Feizi in court yesterday (25 Oct), the Ministry of Manpower of Singapore announced the revocation of her work permit and a permanent ban on her employment in the country.

Han confessed to five charges, which included using criminal force and causing alarm to a security officer at her condominium, employing abusive language towards a hospital employee, creating a public nuisance, and providing false information in her work permit application.

Three additional charges were taken into account during sentencing.

She was sentenced to five weeks and five days’ imprisonment, along with a fine of S$600 (US$438).

According to Singapore’s 8 World News, a Ministry of Manpower spokesperson revealed that two charges were brought against Han Feizi, alleging that she provided false information in her work permit application, claiming to be a secretary while actually working as a freelance hostess at various locations in the country.

The spokesperson said that the defendant pleaded guilty to the first charge yesterday and was sentenced to three weeks of imprisonment, with the consideration of the second charge within the penalty.

As a result, the defendant’s work permit will be revoked, and she will be permanently banned from working in the country.

Under the laws governing the employment of foreign manpower, any foreigner engaging in self-employment without a valid work permit is considered an illegal act.

Work permit holders can only engage in occupations specified in their permits and work for the designated employer. All applicants must make accurate, complete, and truthful declarations.

Authorities highlighted that making false declarations is a serious offence, punishable by fines of up to S$20,000, or imprisonment for up to two years, or both. Additionally, individuals found guilty may be prohibited from working in the country.

Police probe Han Feizi’s allegation of deliberate collision by private-hire car driver

Separately, Lianhe Zaobao reported that a police investigation is currently underway in response to Han Feizi’s claim of being intentionally hit by a private-hire car driver.

The woman in question posted videos of her confrontations with the investigating officers on the popular short video platform TikTok, sparking widespread discussions and reactions.

In the video recordings, the woman claimed that she had been waiting for three hours at the hospital due to her involvement in a car accident. She further alleged that a nurse informed her she couldn’t receive medical treatment at the hospital because she wasn’t a Singaporean citizen.

When the police officers sought to record her statement regarding the use of inappropriate language towards one of the hospital’s nurses, the woman refused to provide a clear response.

Instead, she insisted that the police officer should question the nurse and persisted in her request to be taken to the police station while demanding that the female Investigation Officer (IO) reveal her identity.

At one juncture, she even attempted to seize the officer’s identification card while continuing to document the incident, which led to a stern warning from the officer.

In the video, Han Feizi claimed that she was deliberately hit by a private-hire driver who did not assist her after she lay on the ground for 20 minutes. She also demanded S$5,000 in compensation from the driver.

In a follow-up post on Tuesday evening, the woman disclosed that she is a long-term pass holder, and mentioned that she had undergone an X-ray examination and was provided with some medication.

The woman claimed that the driver who hit me fled the scene, unwilling to face the issue or take responsibility.

She emphasized her insistence on having the officers identify themselves because she wanted to prevent the driver from providing “unfavourable evidence” that might diminish the impact of the car accident on the driver.

Authorities intervened in early morning disturbance at SGH involving the woman

On 12 Oct, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) responded to media inquiries by issuing a statement.

The statement outlined that they had received a report at approximately 2:35 am on Tuesday, involving a 29-year-old Chinese national woman seeking medical attention for an injured foot.

It was reported that she was causing a disturbance and inconvenience to the public due to its loud nature. Additionally, she was accused of verbally abusing a nurse before the arrival of the police.

Around 3:15 a.m., two investigating officers (IO) arrived at the scene and initiated a conversation with the woman.

The police stated that the two IO identified themselves as hailing from the Central Police Division and were accompanied by uniformed police officers.

During the course of their conversation, the woman declined to provide a statement, and at one point, she used strong language in Mandarin directed at one of the IO.|

Also read: “Hostess resides in million-dollar unit at The Sail while her “employer” lists residence at a three-room HDB flat

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I have a feeling there’s more to this story than what they’re telling us. Doesn’t sound right. Things just don’t add up proportionately.

Yah I guess if the truth would to spill out, the public would first like to know who and how many cocks she had sucked?
Surely, those names cannot be mentioned!
Like famous Teo C H quote…
WHAT DO YOU THINK?😆😆😆😆😆

Why not give her a citizenship? we need to increase our population. What do you think? tsk tsk tsk.

Flood gates open for talents. tsk tsk tsk

shui….

What do you think?

Those idiots who sponsor these undesirables secure work passes by repeatedly gaming MOM lax system should be singled out and heavily fine.Lots of investigations need to be carried out by the man in charge of pathetic MOM to clean up the mass which is undoubtedly caused by officers sleeping 😴😴 on their jobs.

I find this particular case maybe something to cover up. Why from arrested to charged to jail is so fast wrapped up? Is it there are some big names inside cannot be exposed? – Why is her jail term so short for such serious offences and so many SERIOUS charges taken into consideration? – Who sponsored her here? – Why her work permit lies is let off so lightly? – Where and how she made her money to spend like a tycoon? – Who are her accomplices? Too many questions left unanswered and this case is wrapped up in supersonic… Read more »

Aiyoh, dun bluff, lah. Previously there were cases where FWs/FTs were banned but they reenter using a different name. ICA just sotong, lah.

In this case, SPF/ICA/MOM/MHA still never answer why her employer was deemed legit, hence able to apply work permit for her. As LHY said: “But watches the Watchman?”

She should be deported and banned from re- entering if the govt. is serious about removing vice from the island. Don’t be too surprised if she becomes a Citizen. It depends on who is her sugar daddy.

The fact that she is not deported and banned says that her sugar daddy is known to the authorities.

Trying to act tough to prove ‘punching above it’s weight’.

What toughness indeed is HUGE bluff bcz we have had seen various crooks, cheats, frauds, DUDs able to game the fragile to the critical and smart dudes work systems – people who cheated for 9 years the MoEdn Poly unknown with fake degrees, the FAKE BUNCH of McKinsey credit for PLUNGING Sing Posts shares values from $1.65 to $0.50, the Ramesh Erramali types, proofs that SG is a WEAKLING.

Only low productivity people, esp from 3rd 4th world scram to SG to work as drivers, retail assistants, etc.

When the joke is on the MOM and agencies…all know too well what brewing in the sexy trade on that island, making income (with out having to pay any taxes) and loads of wannbe trying for the pussy fun,

You may ban her for life from working in Singapore. But what’s stopping her from coming to Singapore on social visit pass? If enforcement officers don’t patrol KTV joints, what’s stopping her to continue providing her sexcretarial services?

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