Prosecutors say they are seeking reform training for a Singapore teenager who is refusing probation and who made public again the video and blog posts a court deemed offensive earlier this month.

The court on May 12 found 16-year-old Amos Yee guilty of offending Christians in a YouTube video and transmitting online an obscene image of Singapore's founding leader Lee Kuan Yew and Britain's Margaret Thatcher.

Last Thursday, his case investigation officer discovered that Yee had made his offending video and blog post publicly viewable once again, actions which deputy public prosecutor Hay Hung Chun said were contemptuous of court.

Yee's defense counsel asked for time to speak with Yee and his parents, and the judge is likely to decide on Yee's next steps in court on Tuesday.