Three, aged 65 to 71, arrested after fight at getai show in Singapore

11/8/2022 4:20:00 PM

Three, aged 65 to 71, arrested after fight at getai show in Singapore

Three, aged 65 to 71, arrested after fight at getai show in Singapore

The police said they were alerted to the incident at about 6pm on Wednesday. Investigations are ongoing.

A video of the incident, which went viral on social media, showed two men and a woman in a red t-shirt holding up plastic chairs.In reply to TODAY’s queries on Thursday, the police said they were alerted to the fight at around 6pm on Wednesday.In reply to TODAY’s queries on Thursday, the police said that they were alerted to the fight at around 6pm on Wednesday.LinkedIn SINGAPORE: Three people were arrested on Wednesday (Aug 10) for fighting along Arumugam Road, which is next to Paya Lebar Road.

The woman then throws the chair at another woman in a black sleeveless top, who was sitting in a chair in front of her.The woman in black stands up and grabs a chair and throws it at the woman in red.They added that the elder woman was taken conscious to the hospital.One of the men then joins in the fight by throwing a chair at the woman in red.In a video posted on the Facebook page called Beh Chia Lor – Singapore Road, a fight is seen taking place among three people under a white tent as some people looked on and others tried to stop the scuffle.During the fight, the man appears to punch the woman in red at least three times, leaving her face bloodied, while the woman in black hits her in the back several times.In the video, a woman in red shirt can be seen throwing a plastic chair, while two other persons — a man and another woman in black — are seen retaliating with plastic chairs as well.A crowd that surrounds the trio later breaks up the fight.The fight ends after some people in the crowd manage to break it up.

The woman in black could be later seen holding on to the man, as the duo exit the scene.Two members of the public are seen pulling the man away, as others tried to separate the two women.Two other people at the scene are seen pulling the man away, as others tried to separate the two women.This content is not available due to your privacy preferences..A man in a white polo T-shirt is seen intervening by separating the two women and pushing the woman in red shirt back against the railing as the other man and woman walk away.

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