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10 months' jail for ex-actor Huang Yiliang who assaulted Bangladeshi worker


On Jan. 22, former actor Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, was convicted of assaulting a Bangladeshi worker with a metal scraper in 2018.
Ng was handed a sentence of 10 months' imprisonment on Feb. 26 for the assault and was ordered to compensate the victim S$3,300.
Assault with metal scraper
On Dec. 11, 2018, Ng had used a metal scraper that was used to clean dirt and oil to hit 34-year-old Bangladeshi worker, Jahidul, at around 4.30pm at the Singapore Islamic Hub.
The 59-year-old had hit the worker twice in the abdomen and once on the head, resulting in injuries to his torso and scalp.

Ex-actor Huang Yiliang sentenced to 10 months' jail for assaulting worker with metal scraper


This case will be dealt with at a later date.
Mr Jahidul, 34, testified during the trial last year that Ng frequently yelled at and threatened him, even challenging him to fights.
On Dec 11, 2018, Ng was upset with the Bangladeshi national for not following his instructions while doing some cleaning works at SIH.
Mr Jahidul told the court that his boss threw a plastic pail and wooden plank at him. The pail struck his back, forcing him to climb down from a ladder he was on.
Ng then assaulted him with the metal scraper.
Ng, who was not represented by a lawyer, claimed during the trial that Mr Jahidul had given the former actor the right to hit him.

Ex-actor jailed 10 months for assault on worker

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Retired actor-director Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, was sentenced yesterday to 10 months' imprisonment for assaulting a Bangladeshi worker in 2018.
The Singaporean, now 59, used a metal scraper to hit the worker, Mr Jahidul, twice in the abdomen and once on the head at the Singapore Islamic Hub (SIH) in Braddell Road at around 4.30pm on Dec 11 that year.
As a result, Mr Jahidul, who goes by only one name, suffered injuries to his scalp and torso.
Ng was also ordered to pay the victim $3,300 in compensation.
Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority records show that Ng is a director of two companies: Hyl Enterprise, which deals with plumbing works, and movie production company Red Group Studio.

Ex-actor Huang Yiliang convicted of assaulting Bangladeshi worker, claims he's 'not that bad'


Ng often cursed at victim and challenged him to fights
The worker, 34-year-old Jahidul, worked for Ng at his plumbing company, HYL Enterprises, and lived in the same house in a room where tools were kept.
According to court docyments, Jahidul said Ng, now 59, would often enter his room at night, turn on the lights and scold him with vulgarities while pointing a finger at his nose.
Ng would also challenge him to fights, but he would not dare to answer as he was frightened of Ng.
Unable to take the abuse, Jahidul requested several times for Ng to send him back to Bangladesh, but Ng had purportedly refused to do so.

Ex-actor Huang Yiliang found guilty of assaulting Bangladeshi employee

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January 22, 2021
Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, also has an unrelated charge of disturbing the public peace and is accused of fighting with another man.
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SINGAPORE - Retired local actor-director Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, has been convicted of assaulting his Bangladeshi worker in 2018.
The Singaporean, now 59, used a metal scraper to hit Mr Jahidul twice in the abdomen and once on the head at the Singapore Islamic Hub (SIH) in Braddell Road at around 4.30pm on Dec 11 that year.
As a result, Mr Jahidul suffered injuries to his scalp and torso.

Ex-actor Huang Yiliang convicted of assaulting worker with metal scraper, to claim trial for another charge

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Ex-actor Huang Yiliang convicted of assaulting worker with metal scraper, to claim trial for another charge
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SINGAPORE: Former actor Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, was convicted on Friday (Jan 22) of assaulting his worker with a metal scraper, after defending himself with explanations that the prosecution called "ridiculous".
Ng, 59, was convicted of voluntarily causing hurt by a dangerous weapon to Bangladeshi worker Mr Jahidul at the Singapore Islamic Hub on Dec 11, 2018.
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Mr Jahidul came to Singapore in October 2018 to work for Ng at his company, HYL Enterprises. He stayed in Huang's house, living in a room where tools were kept.

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Ex-actor: Worker gave me 'right' to 'hammer' him

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In an animated recounting of events, retired local actor-director Ng Aik Leong told a court that the Bangladeshi employee he is accused of voluntarily causing hurt to had given him the "right" to "hammer" him.
Ng, 59, better known as Huang Yiliang, claimed trial yesterday to a charge of voluntarily causing hurt to Mr Jahidul at the Singapore Islamic Hub (SIH) in Braddell Road around 4.20pm on Dec 11, 2018.
He allegedly attacked Mr Jahidul, a Bangladeshi who worked for him, by using a metal scraper with a wooden handle - hitting him twice on the abdomen and once on the head.

Retired Singaporean actor says Bangladeshi employee he allegedly assaulted 'could have hurt himself'


Retired Singaporean actor says Bangladeshi employee he allegedly assaulted ‘could have hurt himself’
Retired actor-director Ng Aik Leong, better known as Huang Yiliang, is accused of voluntarily causing hurt to his Bangladeshi employee. ST photo: Timothy David
The Straits Times, Singapore
The Straits Times, Singapore
On the second day of his trial on Tuesday morning (July 28), retired local actor-director Ng Aik Leong (better known as Huang Yiliang), asked doctors if it was possible that the Bangladeshi employee he is accused of hitting could have "hurt himself accidentally" in a "struggle".
Ng (59) is accused of voluntarily causing hurt to one Jahidul, a Bangladeshi who worked for him, by using a metal scraper with a wooden handle -- hitting him twice on the abdomen and once on the head.

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Veteran local actor-director Huang Yiliang charged with assault and affray

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He was offered bail of $15,000 and the case has been adjourned to Dec 20.
Ng, who had been named Best Supporting Actor at the annual Star Awards three times, left Mediacorp in 2008 and set up a production house.
Known for his comedic flair, he stood out in roles such as a foul-tempered husband in Holland V and a gambler in a movie by film-maker Royston Tan titled 12 Lotus.
Ng made his directorial debut in 2009 with Autumn In March, an arthouse film about a girl who loses her family and tries to find happiness by manipulating those around her.
If convicted of affray, Ng can be jailed for up to a year and fined up to $5,000.

Singaporean actor Ng Aik Leong also known as Huang Yiliang, charged with assault cases

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Singaporean actor Ng Aik Leong also known as Huang Yiliang, charged with assault cases
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Veteran Singaporean actor Ng Aik Leong, commonly called Huang Yiliang, with a career spanning over more than 25 years, was charged on Friday (November 29) for assaulting a man with a metal scraper and attacking another with his mobile phone.
Attacked a man at Singapore Islamic Hub
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In an incident that occurred on December 11, 2018, at 4:30 pm, Yiliang attacked a man named Jahidul in his abdomen and head, with a metal scraper, at the canteen of Singapore Islamic Club. The man was left with a 2cm-long blood clot over his scalp, a 10cm mark over his abdomen and abrasion, the charge sheets stated.

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