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Man in Taiwan fined for assaulting woman with bucket of human faeces

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Taipei authorities said Monday that they will impose a NT$6,000 (S$280) fine and a one-hour lecture to the man who unexpectedly splashed faeces on a passerby two days earlier under the city’s “Waste Disposal Act”.

Speaking to local media, Taipei Department of Environmental Protection Deputy Commissioner Lu Shih-chang said that the man, surnamed Ke, will be required to attend the one-hour lecture on environmental protection under Article 27 of the aforesaid regulation.

Ke reportedly poured a bucket full of excrement on a woman’s head in Xinyi District, Taipei on Saturday night, sparking a public outcry and a police investigation.

The victim, surnamed Chiu, thanked the many people who came to her help that night in a statement released to Facebook on Sunday morning. She said the incident happened in a flash but she vowed to remain strong and fight back against bullies.

Social media users in Taiwan expressed their support to the victim on social media, asking in disbelief: “How could you do this to someone?”

Asia One


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