Dear A.S.S. Editor
The cheek of the sales executive who tried to appeal against her 14 months jail sentence for abusing her maid. Ang Lilian, who had subjected her maid to abuse almost daily for a period of three weeks, had asked for the judge to commute her sentence to a day in jail or a fine.
In which alternate universe does she think this appeal has any merits? The judge did what was right, and increased her sentence to 16 months in jail instead. JUdge said Ang had shown a total lack of remorse and had capitalized on her maid’s vulnerability.
Ang was originally sentenced for hitting her maid with her fist as well as objects such as a dustpan, a shower head and a cane. She also pulled the victim’s hair, threw her to the ground and slapped her face repeatedly for any slight mistake. After all these, not sure how she can even ask for a lighter sentence. She must think all this was a joke. Good for her to be given a longer sentence.
Reflect on your self-centredness and your inability to comprehend what you did to your maid was a grave and heinous act. You have 16 months in jail to reflect on that.