Singaporean youth held for attacking Batam immigration officer

The Standard, 8 Apr 2013
A young Singaporean who assaulted an Indonesian immigration officer at an island ferry terminal has been arrested, media reports said.
The man
Muhammad Hafiz bin Selamat, 24, allegedly lashed out at the officer at the Harbour Bay International Ferry Crossing in Batam, Riau Islands.
Harbour Bay police told The Jakarta Post the incident took place on March 31 when Hafiz was about to return to Singapore with his group. An immigration officer had noted that a part of Hafiz's passport was damaged and reminded him to have his passport fixed when he reurned to Singapore.
But the man then hit the immigration officer. If charged, he faces more than five years in jail, the paper said. Link
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