Singapore Court adjourns to June 26 for offer preparation to Kamal Adli's attacker

30 May 2023 11:23am
Assaulted Malaysian actor Kamal Adli - FILE PIX
Assaulted Malaysian actor Kamal Adli - FILE PIX

SINGAPORE - Singapore Court has granted another four-week adjournment for a prosecutor to prepare an offer for a man who allegedly assaulted Malaysian actor Kamal Adli.

District Judge Terence Tay also maintained no-bail for the accused and fixed coming June 26 for further mention of the case.

The accused who appeared via a video link nodded when the decision was communicated to him through an interpreter.

"The prosecution side requested for a four-week adjournment to prepare an offer for you... no bail for you,” said the interpreter.

The 33-year-old man was charged at State Courts on March 14 for "his suspected involvement in a case of voluntarily causing hurt with dangerous weapon.”

If convicted, the offence of voluntarily causing hurt with dangerous weapon under Section 324 of the Penal Code carries an imprisonment term which may extend to seven years, a fine, caning, or any combination of such punishments.

On March 12, police was alerted to a case at 1 Expo Drive where the suspect had allegedly assaulted the 36-year actor with a baton which was seized by the police as a case exhibit.

The injured Kamal had to undergo surgery at a hospital here.

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Kamal and his wife Uqasha Senrose were in Singapore for the three-day Hari Raya Mega Sale 2023 event starting March 10, at Hall 5A of the Singapore Expo when the incident happened at the end of the event. - BERNAMA

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