In Singapore Russian woman was accused of assaulting a police officer, media reported

© AP Photo / Wong Maye-Policeyskie on the streets of Singapore. Archival photoIn Singapore Russian woman was accused of assaulting a police officer, media reported© AP Photo / Wong Maye-E

Singapore court presented the citizen of Russia Svetlana filimonovoy accusations of failure to obey law enforcement and disorderly conduct, according to the newspaper Straits Times.

According to the publication, on may 27 last year, Svetlana and her husband, an Australian citizen, Mails Milan was drinking heavily before he arrived at club Altimate. About 10 minutes before the closure of the club, the couple began to quarrel. An employee of the institution decided to intervene in a dispute and to separate the disputants, but Milan struck him three times in the face. When the police arrived, mom said not to touch her and slapped the policeman. When the attempts of the police to accompany her to the Elevator, Filimonova continued to resist.

«For her actions in the club Altimate (skyscraper — ed.) One Raffles Place in may last year, the 29-year-old Svetlana filimonovoy on Tuesday (October 2) was charged with using physical force against a public servant carrying out his duties, and violation of public order in a public place», — writes the edition.

The newspaper notes that a girl can get a fine and a term of up to four years of imprisonment for refusing to obey law enforcement officers. For violation of public order, the girl and her husband could face a fine of two thousand dollars and imprisonment for up to six months. For intentional infliction of harm to the man threatens till two years of imprisonment and a fine of up to five thousand dollars.

According to the publication, the verdict will be pronounced on 1 November.

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