Sean Chew Jun Yang, 26, a final-year chemical engineering polytechnic student, was sentenced to a total of 36 months in jail for causing hurt and trying to cause hurt by poison.
15 November 2015
Poly student poisoned 13 boys with laxatives for sick sexual fetish
Poly student made boys take laxatives and send him video clips of themselves being sick
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He drugged 13 boys over a span of three years on the pretext of conducting an experiment for a school project.
Even after Sean Chew Jun Yang, 26, was first arrested in June 2012 and later released on bail, he continued to poison boys with large amounts of laxatives.
He did this because he wanted to watch his 12- to 14-year-old victims vomiting and experiencing bouts of diarrhoea.
He would also ask them to send him photographs or video clips of their vomitus and faeces.
Chew admitted deriving sexual gratification from thinking about young boys defecating and watching the images sent to him by his victims.
Defence lawyer Sunil Sudheesan said it was unfortunate his client was initially not diagnosed with a fetishistic disorder.
In June 2012, after his first arrest, Chew was diagnosed with mild depression, or what is known as dysthymia.
It was only in February 2014 that he was diagnosed with a fetishistic disorder.
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6 June 2015
Man charged with causing
teen to take over-the-counter
A 22-year-old man was charged on Wednesday with causing a teen to take a drug.
Sean Chew Jun Yang allegedly caused the 14-year-old to take Dulcolax, an over-the-counter anti-constipation drug, on May 8.
The alleged incident happened at a staircase landing in Choa Chu Kang Avenue 2.
Chew was remanded for a week at Jurong police division as he is believed to be involved in other cases.
He will be back on June 13.