Singaporean blogger Char was brought in for questioning after under the Sedition Act publishing pictures on his blog that were thought to depict Jesus Christ in an offensive manner after finding the cartoons on-line in January. The cartoon depicted Jesus as a zombie biting a boy's head in January. One month after first posting this cartoon on-line, he received complaints from readers but instead of removing it, he chose to irk the reader further by posting other similar cartoons.
He was called in for questioning in March after police received complaints. After being brought in for questioning, Char announced it via email to around 300 Singaporeans himself, and then removed the cartoon from his blog. When contacted by the press, he said that he made an unwise decision, and he did not think that anyone would lodge a police complaint. He also requested to keep his identity secret as he is afraid of losing his job that he would like to keep before he enters a local university in August.
On a slightly different note, Singaporean Station Inspector Mohamed Zulnizan Mohamed Arsis received an award for tracking down the blogger who posted racist remarks against Malays in October last year. The blogger was sentenced to a two-year probation sentence, to go for counselling, to get a psychological evaluation and perform 180 hours of community service at a Malay voluntary welfare organisation under a volunteer Malay probation officer.