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Raihan Ali
Jul 13, 2022
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New Taipei City . a Man Fell in Love with a Hairdresser Because He Went to a Hair Salon to Cut His Hair. as a Result, He Secretly Followed the Hairdresser When He Went to Work in the Morning, Because the Hairdresser Had Been Stalked by the Same Man Before. She Was Followed, but This Time, She Was Alert and Shouted to Passersby for Help, and with the Help of Passersby, She Successfully Suppressed the Man Who Was Following Him. However, the Man Suddenly Took Out the Scissors Hidden in His Body and Attacked Passersby. After Arriving at the Scene, the Man Was Successfully Arrested and Transferred. the Occurrence of This Stalking Attack Incident Once Again Reminded Everyone of the " Hang Sao Law" That Has Been Successfully. the "Stalking Law", Which Will Be Officially Launched in June, Stipulates Various Behaviors and Definitions of Stalking and Harassment. for Example, the Behavior Done by This Man Is Actually in Line with the "Repeated and Contrary to the Wishes of the Parties Involved." Follow the Whereabouts of the Parties." If You Really Do Such an Act, You Will Actually Face a Heavy Punishment - Up to a Year in Prison. in Addition, the Man Took Out Pre-Stored Scissors to Attack Passers-By After Being Found to Be Stalking. This Behavior Is More Likely to Be Identified as "Carrying a Murder Weapon or Dangerous Object When Stalking". If There Is Such a Case of Carrying a Murder Weapon, Up to custom t shirts Three Years in Prison. in Addition to Stalking, Do You Know What Other Behaviors Are Regulated by the "Hawking Law"? After All, Harassment and Stalking of Others Is Not Limited to Personal Stalking, Such as Frantically Sending Messages to the Object of Your Crush, Constantly Asking the Object of Your Crush to Date You, Etc. Are These Also Likely to Be Classified as Harassment? Answer: Yes! in Addition to the Well-Known Stalking Behaviors, Such as the Aforementioned
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