Singapore: Cases of women mixing menstrual blood, urine and saliva into food and drink

KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 3): Two cases of women mixing bodily fluids into food and drink to let others consume were highlighted in Singapore recently.

In one case, Canares Rowena Ola, 43, of the Philippines was accused of mixing her menstrual blood and urine into food meant for meant for the residents of a Sengkang flat, reported the Straits Times (ST).

Ola faces one charge of mischief and could end up with in jail for year plus a fine.

The Singapore daily reported that Deputy Public Prosecutor Keith Jieren Thirumaran telling District Judge Marvin Bay that Ola had “admitted to the offence in several statements to the authorities”.

She allegedly committed the offence in December 2018.

In another case, ST reported that Indonesian maid Diana, 30, was sentenced to six months and seven weeks' jail in January “for offences including tainting drinking water and rice with her urine, saliva and menstrual blood”.

Diana was employed as a domestic worker by a family in Punggol in 2017.

She “believed” that if the family members consumed the “contaminated items”, “they would agree with whatever she did and would not scold her over her performance”, according to the report.

She also reportedly stole more than S$13,000 (RM39,600) from her employer's mother on “five different occasions between August 2017 and June 2018”.

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