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Fistfight at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station leaves one commuter bloody




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A showdown between two men at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station left one commuter bloody. Although it is unclear exactly when the incident occurred, a video capturing the fistfight has been going viral on Whatsapp and on social media:

Eh why sial. MRT station also mau gadoh. ??

Posted by FAS – Failing At Soccer on Sunday, 2 September 2018


In the video, a man in a black t-shirt and a man in a blue t-shirt can be seen facing each other with their fists up. Blood can be seen smeared on the face of the man in black.

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While onlookers keep their distance from the duelling pair, a woman and a couple SBS Transit employees can be seen trying to stop the fight. The woman points at the man in black and says, “He’s wrong! He’s wrong!”

The man in black then calls his opponent a “c***i dog” and tells a passer-by who tries to calm him down, “Look at what he did to my face” before throwing another punch at the other man. The man in black proceeds to tell station staff to call the police and the staff say that they already have done so.

Even after the staff tell the man in black, “Don’t worry, they will take action”, and even as it seems the fight is over, the man in black runs towards his opponent who quickly pins the man in black to the ground and shouts at the onlookers, “Hold him down or I will take him out”.

An onlooker helps the man in black who spews vulgarities at the man in blue who walks away from the scene. The man in black then walks away in the opposite direction before the video ends.

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