A man who filmed a woman relieving herself and punched her several times in the face was jailed for 15 months on Monday.
Cheow Kok Sing, 52, was given another three weeks' jail for threatening his neighbor by gesturing a stabbing motion towards the latter's stomach area and saying in Hokkien: 'You don't be cocky, I stab you two times then you'll know.'
The odd-job laborer, who is serving a 24-month sentence for insulting modesty and drug-related offences, had admitted to the three charges in April.
The court heard that on Nov 25, 2010, a 30-year-old product manager had gone into the female toilet at Fook Hai Building when she looked up and saw a hand holding a cellphone above the cubicle partition.
She screamed and opened the cubicle door.
Cheow emerged from the centre cubicle, and pushed her back, punching her in the face. He also banged her head against the toilet cistern, which subsequently broke.
Her colleagues heard her screams and called the police.
The victim was taken to hospital and discharged the next day with two days medical leave.
In the other case, the court heard that Cheow had dashed into the lift on Nov 10 that year and accused his neighbor, Lim Chye Choy, 59, of pouring superglue into the lock of his flat.
Lim denied this and asked for evidence.
Cheow then made a stabbing gesture towards the victim's stomach and said those words in Hokkien with intent to cause alarm.
District Judge Low Wee Ping ordered the 15-month and three-week sentence to start after Cheow completes his current jail sentence in September.
Cheow has a long list of criminal records.