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NUS student who climbed into ex-girlfriend's home and strangled her gets short detention and day reporting orders

A National University of Singapore (NUS) student who strangled his ex-girlfriend when she declined to revive their relationship was sentenced on Friday (Jul 17) to community-based sentences.

Yin Zi Qin, 23, was given a short detention order for 12 days, a day reporting order for five months with counselling and an order to complete 80 hours of community service over a year.

Community-based sentences are non-jail sentences introduced in 2010 to give the courts greater flexibility for minor offences, with offenders retaining no criminal records for the offence if the sentence is successfully completed.