Startled, she thought there was something supernatural going-on, but the reality was still shocking for the 31-year-old.
“It was dark. At first I thought a ghost pinched me. It was only when I saw a male figure walking away quickly that I realised I was molested.”
Ms Lee screamed “molest” loudly, and that alerted several passers-by.
The culprit started running for a nearby hill.
An Indian construction worker chased the culprit, but he slipped and fell.
Fortunately, people living in the housing estate heard her cry.
Five people rushed down and pinned the culprit – a 14-year-old boy – to the ground.
A taxi driver who was passing by called the police.
The incident happened on Wednesday (20 Apr), at about 10.30pm.
Subsequently, police officers arrived and arrested the culprit.
A traumatised Ms Lee went to the police station with her sister to record her statement, and only returned home at about 2am.
Just as she was walking to the lift landing of her flat, she noticed a taxi pull-up at the roadside, and the culprit and his father emerged from the cab.
Furious, she rushed forward, but the culprit’s father sensed a confrontation coming and hurriedly shooed the boy home.
Ms Lee says that there are many young ladies living in her estate, and she’s worried that the boy might re-offend if he wasn’t taught a lesson.