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Brawl erupts at People’s Park Food Centre after man allegedly hits on married woman

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The police are investigating a brawl that broke out at People’s Park Food Centre over the weekend. The fight, which involved several men, occurred on Sunday (6 May) around 9pm and erupted after a man allegedly hit on a married woman.

The dispute reportedly began when a trio consisting of two men and a woman walked past a larger group of men who were having drinks at a table. One of the men in the bigger group allegedly caught a hold of the woman’s hand and invited her to join him for a drink.

The woman’s husband, one of the men in the trio, confronted the other man only for the men in the larger group to start hitting him, prompting a fully fledged brawl to erupt:

Brawl breaks out at People's Park Food Centre after man allegedly hits on married woman

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Both groups were reportedly not acquainted with one another prior to the incident. The trio suffered superficial injuries but were not taken to the hospital. Police investigations are ongoing.

This latest brawl occurred mere days after several men became embroiled in a riot at Bendemeer Food Centre on Labour day evening. The riot, that occurred last Tuesday around 9pm, saw bottles breaking and chairs flying as the men involved pummeled each other viciously while shouting:

https://theindependent.sg.sg/bottles-break-and-chairs-fly-as-men-pummel-each-other-in-bendemeer-food-centre-riot/

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