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A man in his 60s, who was being investigated by the police for stalking, visited his ex-girlfriend again and assaulted him with a baseball bat.

The Seoul Suseo Police Station has booked and investigated a 60-year-old man named Kim Mo on charges of violating the law on the punishment of stalking crimes and special injuries.

Mr. Kim is accused of stalking the apartment where his ex-girlfriend A lives several times and assaulting him with a baseball bat.

On the 6th of this month, when he had already come home and received a report, Mr. Kim visited Mr. A again and knocked on the door.

This is because stalking was treated as a misdemeanor before the Stalking Punishment Act came into force on the 21st of this month.

Kim visited Mr. A again at around 7 am yesterday morning and knocked on the door, and this time he assaulted him with a baseball bat.

A, who managed to escape, reported to the police.

According to the Stalking Punishment Act, the police took emergency measures to prohibit access within 100m of the residence to Mr.

The Stalking Punishment Act provides for up to three years in prison for continuous and repeated stalking.

The use of a weapon in a crime is punishable by up to five years in prison.

Stalking refers to actions such as approaching the other party against the will of the other party without justifiable reasons, visiting the residence, etc. to wait or watch.