• If Laksaboy Forums apperar down for you, you can google for "Laksaboy" or bookmark https://cli.re/3oD7Jp as it will always be updated with the current URL.

    Due to MDA website filtering, please update your bookmark to https://laksaboy.store or https://cli.re/3oD7Jp

    1. For any advertising enqueries or technical difficulties (e.g. registration or account issues), please send us a Private Message or contact us via our Contact Form and we will reply to you promptly.

Phoon Chiu Yoke set to go to trial for latest mask offences


SINGAPORE: A woman who has been in and out of court for failing to wear a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic is set to go to trial for her latest set of offences.

Phoon Chiu Yoke, 55, had trial dates fixed for February after a pre-trial conference on Friday (Nov 25).

The first tranche is set for two days in February before District Judge Tan Jen Tse. According to court records, Phoon is unrepresented.

She faces four charges in total. These are for failing to wear a mask twice along Orchard Road in March, for failing to wear a mask in ION Orchard in August, and for failing to attend an investigation.

The mask offences allegedly occurred before the mask rule was lifted in most places.

This is Phoon's second round of charges for failing to wear a mask. She was sentenced to 16 weeks' jail in September last year for the first set.

If convicted of failing to wear a mask when required, Phoon could be jailed for up to a year, fined up to S$20,000 or both as a repeat offender.

The penalties are the same for a repeat offence of not complying with an officer during investigations under the Infectious Diseases Act.

Continue reading...