A woman who climbed up to another balcony while she was serving a stay-home notice at a hotel in Sentosa had her charges withdrawn on Thursday (Oct 7).
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Jin Chensu, 38, was instead given a stern warning and a composition fine, which is given out of court.
Jin had been charged in July with two counts of failing to wear a mask while at Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa Resort on Oct 6 and Oct 9 last year, as well as two counts of exposing others to the risk of infection when she suspected she was a COVID-19 carrier.
According to a previous statement by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), Jin returned to Singapore from Cambodia on Oct 4 last year and was issued a stay-home notice until Oct 18, 2020.
She was taken to Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa Resort and told that she could not leave her room during her stay-home notice period.
However, Jin left her room on the fifth floor on the evening of Oct 6, 2020. She then climbed up to the balcony of a hotel room one floor above, spent about five minutes there before climbing down again.
Three days later, she left her room without a mask and loitered along the common corridor, charge sheets state. According to ICA, she was discovered by hotel staff members about 25 minutes later and escorted back to her room.