The case of stripping and cutting a girl’s hair in the middle of the street: Jealousy becomes a crime!

According to shared information, the incident occurred on March 27, in Thu Dau Mot City, Binh Duong province. The image of a girl stripped of her clotheswith handfuls of cut hair lying scattered on the street… haunting.

It is known that a group of people had previously blocked the car. black car and forced the man and woman in the car onto the street. Then this group of people rushed to fight, pull her hair, and then stripped and cut her hair in the middle of a crowded street.

Currently the police are verifying and clarifying this group of people.

Although scenes of jealousy and stripping are no longer strange on social networks, the image of a girl being stripped of her clothes and having her hair cut in broad daylight still gives many people chills.

Many wives, from being victims when their husbands were cheating on them, became perpetrators after jealousy attacks.

The most recent case of jealousy attacks in Quang Nam shocked public opinion Having an extramarital affair, Ms. Nguyen Thi Diem Phuong and her mother-in-law decided to find… the other person to beat them with jealousy.

When they discovered her husband and his lover, the daughter-in-law and her mother-in-law rushed in and doused her with gasoline The image of a woman burning like a torch in the middle of the street became the horror of the jealousy incident.

After the incident, Ms. Phuong and her mother-in-law were prosecuted for the crime. Murder.”

Before this incident, many women had to go to jail for crimes stemming from jealousy. Jealousy tries to hold on to a cheating husband or in the moment of losing control, many wives and mothers turn themselves into criminals.

In fact, in many cases, it can be seen that the wife stripped off her clothes and cut her lover’s hair and was kissed by many people around her. It was because the wives wanted to “punish” their cheating husbands and third parties. .

From an emotional perspective, jealousy is an action, a form of conditioned response. However, lawyer Nguyen Duc Chanh of the Ho Chi Minh City Bar Association emphasized that from a legal perspective, jealous people can easily violate the law.

Specifically, lawyer Chanh analyzed that acts of jealousy can be roughly divided into two common forms: insulting honor and dignity such as cursing, insulting, stripping other people’s clothes in front of a crowd, and physically harming their health. The victim’s life is like cutting hair, beating, throwing acid…

For the first form, although it does not cause injury to the opponent, the act of cursing, insulting, stripping… in a public place causes an impact. serious harm to the honor and dignity of others. People who fight jealousy can be given a warning or fine from 100,000 VND to 300,000 VND according to the provisions of Clause 1, Article 5 of Decree 167/2013/ND-CP.

Also according to this Decree, people who fight jealousy If you directly or hire someone else to harm the physical health of another person, you can be fined from 2 – 3 million VND.

If the severity is more serious, the jealous person can be prosecuted. Criminal liability for the crime of “humiliating others” is stipulated in Article 155 of the 2015 Penal Code (amended and supplemented in 2017).

Accordingly, the jealous person can be given a warning and a fine of up to 10 – 30 million VND or non-custodial reform for up to 3 years. Depending on the nature and severity of the act, the offender may be sentenced to imprisonment from 3 months to a maximum of 5 years.

In addition, the offender may also be banned from holding a position, practicing a profession or doing work. certain from 1 to 5 years.

With the act of physically harming another person’s health if during the beating If a jealous person causes injury to the victim, depending on the nature and extent of the act, the person committing the act may be prosecuted for criminal liability for the crime of “Intentionally causing injury or causing harm to the health of another person” which is prescribed by law. defined in Article 134 of the 2015 Penal Code (amended and supplemented in 2017).

The lowest penalty for this crime is non-custodial reform for up to 3 years or imprisonment from 6 months to 3 years. The maximum penalty for this crime is from 12 to 20 years in prison or life imprisonment