A Singaporean man accused of suffocating his wife to death while on vacation said he had no recollection of the incident last year.
Fong Soong Hert, 51, is accused of killing his wife, Pek Ying Ling, 51, by suffocating him with a pillow.nagging him6 December 2021 at the County Aparthotel, Newcastle, England.
The couple, who have been married for 27 years, were vacationing in Europe and were due to meet their sons during the trip. When they were on the Isle of Skye, Fong fell and injured himself. He also collapsed three more times at Newcastle, prompting Peck to “scold him for not taking care of himself,” according to prosecutors.
Fong reportedly visited a hospital and was put on medication for the pain he suffered. His wife was not happy with him because he continued to smoke while he was unwell.At a hotel in Newcastle, Peck talked change vacation plans Due to poor physical condition of the phone. However, Fong was in pain and wanted to end the conversation.
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The prosecutor said, “He had a temper tantrum and snapped to choke her to death, apparently to get her to stop scolding or nagging him or to silence him.” ‘ said.
“I hurt your mother. She’s gone. She’s dead.” allegedly message His son, who was studying at the University of Newcastle. “I just lost it. I tried to shut her up to shut her up. I just lost it.”
Fong pleaded guilty to manslaughter on March 18. He admitted to the murder of his wife, but on Monday he told Newcastle criminal court he had no recollection of the incident.
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“I don’t remember. I really want to, but I can’t explain,” he said. “I am desperate to understand what happened and what went wrong.”
“I cannot accept it, but I do admit that I caused her death,” Fong added.
The 51-year-old man denied intentionally causing serious harm or killing Baek.
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According to prosecutor Peter Makepeace, Von was taken to Cramlington Hospital for a CT scan and post-incident neurological examination, which showed no signs of unconsciousness or loss of consciousness. Makepeace also added that Fong’s lack of memory only surfaced after he spoke with his lawyer.
When asked if Fong chose how much to reveal, he said: I find it easier for my family and sons to get mad at me than go through all these emotions. “
The trial is still ongoing. In the UK, the maximum sentence for murder or manslaughter is life imprisonment.
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