Man caught with three women in obscene act

Souce: Todayonline  30 Sep 2011

An Australian man was fined S$1,500 yesterday for committing an obscene act in a Prinsep Street nightspot at around 11pm on Tuesday.

Aaron Benjamin Butcher, 36, was caught with a woman performing an indecent act on him inside a KTV room at the Embazy club.

The woman, Avila Rosela Mae Mallon, 22, failed to turn up in court yesterday. Neither did two of her colleagues, Lumbre Carla Jane Alaras and Cacho Jaquelyn Rosario, both 23 years old, who were allegedly found inside the same KTV room with their breasts exposed.

TODAY understands that the trio are believed to be employed by the company that owns Embazy. However, it is alleged they were not supposed to be working in that particular nightspot.

Warrants of arrest have been issued against the three Filipino women.

Appearing in a state of undress in a public place is an offence. If convicted, Alaras and Rosario can each be jailed up to three months, fined a maximum of S$2,000 or both.

In a media statement, the police said that the group was arrested during a licensing check operation at entertainment outlets that evening.

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