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10 ITE students arrested for rioting outside Simei campus




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The Singapore Police Force revealed in a press statement today that ten teenagers have been arrested for allegedly rioting outside the Simei campus of the Institute of Technical Education.

The teenagers are all male and are all ITE students, between the ages of 16 and 18.

The SPF revealed that officers received a report last Thursday around 12.30pm about a group of people fighting outside the ITE Simei campus, along 10 Simei Avenue.

A video showing a large group of students kicking and punching each other began circulating online thereafter. Several students in uniform can be seen brawling with one another in the video and even appear to involve an ofo bike in the fight while a larger group watched close by.

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Officers arrested the teenagers last Friday. Investigations are ongoing.

The teenagers could face a maximum seven-year jail term and caning, if they are convicted for rioting.

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