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Another violent fight breaks out near Golden Mile Complex

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Two men were caught on camera embroiled in a violent brawl on a field outside Golden Mile Complex two days ago, on Tuesday (7 Nov) around 8pm.

A video of the fight was later uploaded online and shows one of the men throwing his opponent onto the ground with a move resembling a judo throw. Both men then try to throw one another onto the ground, before one man managed to overpower his opponent and pin him down.

Several passersby intervened before the fight grew more ugly and managed to separate the men. The fight reportedly lasted about 10 minutes before it was broken up and before police officers arrived at the scene.

An eyewitness told the Chinese daily that both men were employees of Golden Mile Complex, where another violent fight occurred last month.

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In mid October, a staring match quickly turned into a physical altercation that led to one man hammering his victim with great force. The man was caught on camera stomping on his victim’s repeatedly as the victim lay on the ground, cowering.

A police spokesman revealed that a 55-year-old man was conveyed conscious to Tan Tock Seng Hospital following the fight this Tuesday. Investigations are ongoing.Follow us on Social Media

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