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Man hit wife and dog in quarrel, gets 6 weeks' jail

AN ANGRY husband punched the family pet and hit its right hind paw with a wine bottle. When his wife tried to protect the dog, he kicked both her and the animal.

What made it worse was that Leong Yew Foo, 36, hurt his wife while he was barred from going near her by a Personal Protection Order issued on July 11, 2000.

Yesterday, District Judge Tan Puay Boon sentenced him to six weeks in jail for contravening the order and four weeks for being cruel to the dog.

The sentences are concurrent. Leong was allowed to defer sentence until Nov 27 to complete unfinished work.

The incidents with the dog and his wife, Madam Heng Lee Mui, 33, happened on June 28, when the sales manager was having an argument with her at their condominium at Woodlands Crescent in the evening.

She called the police the next day.

She had bruises on her right hand, while the 10-month-old white dog's right hind paw was fractured and its eyes bruised.

In mitigation, his lawyer, Mr Bruce Wong, assisted by Mr Yeo Seng Hong, said Leong's work took a toll on his marriage.

The couple quarrelled constantly over her suspicions that he was having an extramarital affair.

On the occasions he was out late for meetings or to entertain clients, she would SMS him 50 to 100 times to check on his movements, he said.

As a result, Leong felt distressed, was under tremendous pressure and felt a sense of injustice for being wrongfully accused. The couple had reconciled and Madam Heng had forgiven him, he said.

Leong, he added, was remorseful and regretted his actions. He had also volunteered his services at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Under the Women's Charter, Leong could have been fined up to $2,000 and jailed for up to six months.

The maximum penalty for cruelty to an animal is a $10,000 fine and a year in jail.

Full credit for this news article goes to: Straits Times, Singapore

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