The former boss allegedly bit her colleague as he kicked her out of the corporate office in a messy dispute
- The chairman of the board of directors of the construction company was excluded
- Then she was filming an alleged worker bite
- The man left bleeding marks
Harrowing footage shows the moment a boss allegedly bit a worker on the hand and arm during a bizarre office confrontation.
Hun-Jing Tiong was excluded from the committee of the company that owns the residential skyscraper Aurora Melbourne Central, the fifth largest building in Australia.
She then visited the skyscraper and was photographed trying to put keys in her purse, allegedly.
When an employee attempted to intervene and escort her out of the building, she allegedly did so He lunged at the maid before her teeth sank into his wrist and arm.
It was alleged that blood was drawn and bite marks appeared on the alleged victim, who was treated at the scene and given a tetanus shot as a precaution.
Hun-Jing Tiong was excluded from the committee of the company that owns the residential skyscraper Aurora Melbourne Central
The incident is believed to have occurred just days after Jing was removed from the company’s committee.
According to the Herald SunA dispute broke out over the management of the building shortly after she took over Take control of the commission in January 2021.
Two of the main points of contention center around its access to landlord’s tax and Charges moved to cancellation Million dollar service contracts.
more More than 200 owners held a private meeting last week and voted to remove Ling and her team.
Jing was told to come to East Melbourne Police Station about the biting incident.
When an employee attempted to intervene and escort her out of the building, she allegedly lunged at the employee and sank her teeth into his wrist.
A Victoria Police spokesperson said: ‘Police are investigating reports of an attack in Melbourne on Thursday 9 March.
Investigators were told that an incident occurred between a man and a female on Latrobe Street at about 1pm.
The exact circumstances surrounding the accident have not yet been determined and the investigation is continuing.