Red Swastika School security guard has knee pain, given 3 days MC, police report lodged

The security guard suffered some pain in his right knee.

11/1/2022 10:08:00 AM

Red Swastika School security guard has knee pain, given 3 days MC, police report lodged

The security guard suffered some pain in his right knee.

Police report lodgedSpeaking toMothership, Union of Security Employees (USE) general secretary Raymond Chin confirmed that the security officer involved is a member of the union.USE has lodged a police report regarding the incident.Chin explained that the incident happened at around 7:30am on Tuesday (Jan. 11) at the main entrance of Red Swastika School, which is located in Bedok North.

Security officer given three-day MCAccording to Chin, the security officer, who is 63 years old, suffered pain in his right knee.He has been given a three-day medical leave and is currently resting at home."Act of aggression"Facebook poston Jan. 11, USE said it will work with authorities for action to be taken against the motorist involved.

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Should get the lesson Chinese privilege ! Hi everyone No matter what happened, if you try to drive over a pedestrian, you gonna have a bad time trying to explain your way out I am not sure if Red Swastika School as a first choice ballot in demand school will want its staff and students suffer for 6 years with this behaviour since the car and its owners will still be driving there. Better to end this, Red Swastika reputation will emerge unscathed.

Guard uncle please sue that driver kaw kaw... Anyone can advise if this is classified workplace related accident and reportable to MOM? The talking point was, guard knew this, stood in front of car, and car moved towards guard and caused the injury and 3 days MC. Pity the Guard. But pity the child even more. Other students may just say.. 'Hey look, that's his/her Retard Farkface Dad driving the Bentley'. Not. Such selfish behaviour without having consideration of the repurcussion your child may face in school. RICH & BRAINLESS

Chao ah pek Expensive car cheap attitude Should be charged.

She or He's Ostentating that driving a Bentley as such car were so many in China...like normal.. probably give warning and fine few hundred dollars. And case close. No real punishment Yes that f needs to be arrested. So what if u are rich or own a big car when u are so heartless, almost abt to kill someone..

3 people here; from best to worst: 1) a security officer doing his job 2) a stupid car driver 3) a snitch this behavior must be punished! Idkw but rich people, specially singaporean rich people, are just trashy af. Salute to the security guards.

in Bedok has been widely circulated. Police report lodged Speaking to Mothership , Union of Security Employees (USE) general secretary Raymond Chin confirmed that the security officer involved is a member of the union. USE has lodged a police report regarding the incident. Chin explained that the incident happened at around 7:30am on Tuesday (Jan. 11) at the main entrance of Red Swastika School, which is located in Bedok North. Security officer given three-day MC According to Chin, the security officer, who is 63 years old, suffered pain in his right knee. He has been given a three-day medical leave and is currently resting at home. "Act of aggression" Facebook post on Jan. 11, USE said it will work with authorities for action to be taken against the motorist involved. "The motorist, whose vehicle did not have a valid car label to enter the school, moved his vehicle dangerously even when the officer was standing in front of the vehicle," said USE. The union added that it condemns this"act of aggression" against its officers. Related stories Follow and listen to our podcast here: Top images via Mothership reader & Syahindah Ishak. If you like what you read, follow us on