SINGAPORE: Thursday marked the third day of the trial of former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) chief Ng Boon Gay, with the woman who accused Ng of forcing her to perform oral sex on him back on the stand.
On Wednesday, sales manager Cecilia Sue Siew Nang, 36, testified as a prosecution witness, giving graphic details of her meetings with Ng.
She told the court how Ng forced her head down on four occasions in 2011 when they met up.
The four incidents took place at carparks near the Beaufort Hotel, Mount Faber, Hort Park and Singapore General Hospital.
On Thursday, Ms Sue, dressed in a cream jacket, white shirt and grey skirt, continued to answer questions posed by the prosecution in a steady manner.
But her composure wavered for a moment when the prosecution asked her to identify the accused.
Looking reluctant, Ms Sue pointed at Ng, who was seated in the dock.
The prosecution has finished its questioning of Ms Sue, and Ng’s defence Senior Counsel Tan Chee Meng has started his cross—examination of the witness.
Ng, 46, is accused of having oral sex with Ms Sue on four occasions.
In return, he allegedly favoured the two firms she had worked for —— Hitachi Data Systems and Oracle Singapore Corporation.
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