Singapore – Pencak Silat guru Sheikh Ferdas Sheikh Alauddin has represented Singapore in the sport many times, won numerous medals and faces DUI charges.
According to court documents, he consumed at least 93 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of exhaled breath while driving on Cantonment Road en route to Keppel Road at approximately 2:30 am on November 27, 2022. It has been.
The limit is 35 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of exhaled breath.
According to the My Active Sg website, Pencak Silat is an ancient martial art that originated from the Malay and Indonesian islands.
Among his many achievements, 26-year-old Sheikh Ferdas won gold at the 2018 World Pencak Silat Championships and silver at the 2021 SEA Games.
He is also one of the sons of Dr. Sheikh Alauddin Yacob Marikan, CEO of Singapore Silat Federation.
In a statement to The Straits Times, the federation said it was not involved in the personal lives of domestic players or their involvement with outside organizations.
A federal spokesperson added, “But with this lawsuit, (we) stand by Sheikh Ferdas and provide him with the emotional and moral support he may need.”
His case was adjourned to February 14th.
A first-time offender convicted of a DUI can face up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
Repeat offenders can be sentenced to up to two years in prison and fined up to $20,000.