Last Updated on 2023-05-30 , 9:59 am
Disagreements and tiffs between couples are not uncommon. The lovebirds typically make up after a while, or they break up and find other suitable partners.
For this one couple, things could not have been more atypical. A quarrel arising from one man’s unhappiness at his partner leaving the gym before him led to further arguments, the stabbing of his girlfriend and his girlfriend’s friend, abducting his girlfriend and a wild escape from the police.
The man was eventually caught and sentenced by the court of law.
This is what happened.
Man Was Unhappy That Girlfriend Left the Gym Without Waiting for Him
The incident between the lovebirds first started on 31 July 2022, when the then-21-year-old man, Mr Shabic (translated from Chinese), had a disagreement with his girlfriend of the same age.
The disagreement was sparked by Mr Shabic’s unhappiness that his girlfriend did not wait for him to finish exercising at the gym. She had left for home before him.
This situation enraged Mr Shabic so much that he rushed home in a fit of anger to confront his girlfriend. Understandably, his girlfriend was alarmed by Mr Shabic’s behaviour and was worried about her safety.
She proceeded to confide in a friend and later made a police report.
This was just the beginning of a tumultuous period for the girlfriend.
Man Beat Girlfriend Up When They Coincidentally Met at the Carpark
A few days later, on the evening of 2 August 2022, around 8.20 pm, the girlfriend and two friends were eating dinner outside. They coincidentally met Mr Shabic near the car park of Block 213 around the Serangoon Avenue 4 area.
The moment Mr Shabic saw his girlfriend, he rushed up to her and started assaulting her. One of the friends who was present, a male, tried to break up the fight but was pushed aside by Mr Shabic.
Mr Shabic even whipped out a pair of scissors and stabbed at this male friend’s lower body.
Alarmed at the fight unfolding in front of her, Mr Shabic’s girlfriend tried to stop Mr Shabic from his violent actions. Unfortunately, her attempts to stop the fight caused her to be injured by the pair of scissors.
The ordeal of Mr Shabic’s girlfriend was only about to get worse. In fact, it had just begun.
After the trio struggled for a while, Mr Shabic suddenly pulled his girlfriend towards him and pointed the scissors against her neck.
The other friend who was at the scene saw this threat and immediately called the police to report the incident.
Mr Shabic led his girlfriend to a rental car he had on hand and fled the scene with her in tow.
Man Did Not Have a Driver’s License to Drive the Car
If you think that Mr Shabic could not have possibly done anything else to land himself in a worse position, you are wrong.
Apart from assaulting his girlfriend, his girlfriend’s friend, and abducting his girlfriend, Mr Shabic also drove a car without a valid license.
In fact, this was not the first time he had done so. Between the dates of 16 May 2022 and 2 August 2022, Mr Shabic had driven without a license no fewer than 58 times.
After the police received the call about the stabbing incident in the car park, they unleashed an island-wide search operation to find Mr Shabic.
Eventually, they managed to find the car that Mr Shabic had rented near Woodlands Avenue 6.
Man Caused Damage to Two Other Cars While Escaping the Police
When Mr Shabic realised that the police were on his tail, he made another poor decision. This time in relation to driving.
To avoid the police, Mr Shabic did not stop but instead squeezed through two cars which had stopped at a red light. All three cars suffered damage as a result of Mr Shabic’s poor decisions.
He drove the car to the multistorey car park near Block 402 of Northshore Residences. He then dragged his girlfriend out of the car and walked to Punggol Avenue 17, where he climbed into the back of a stationary lorry.
At around 12.30 am on 3 August 2022, the police on patrol found Mr Shabic repeatedly stabbing his girlfriend in the back of the lorry. The police officers on duty whipped out their handguns and demanded for his surrender.
Mr Shabic meekly surrendered and was arrested on the spot.
Zaobao reports that Mr Shabic has since broken up with his girlfriend.
For his crimes, Mr Shabic, who is now 22 years old, is facing harsh punishment. He was sentenced to three years imprisonment, six strokes of the cane, a fine of $1,000 and is prohibited from trying to get a driver’s license for three years.
This comes in the wake of Mr Shabic being found guilty of having intentionally caused harm to others, abducting others and 13 other charges brought against him.
Mr Shabic had admitted to eight of the charges while the rest were taken into consideration in sentencing Mr Shabic.
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