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Foreign talent, Madhu Lalgudi, who claimed that he saw the ‘real face of racism’ at a Shenton Medical Group clinic at Republic Plaza, has taken down the Facebook post which alleged that a Chinese man is a ‘racist’.

In his post Madhu said that the man called his two-year-old son a “mongrel” after the boy came out of the doctor’s office crying and shared the picture of the ‘racist’ to shame him. Madhu further said that he had made a police report about the incident. (link: http://bit.ly/2dk0kKH)

An eyewitness of the incident, later wrote to us to suggest that the family behaved in an extremely unreasonable manner to evoke that response from the Chinese man. (link: http://bit.ly/2dxlm6w)

Madhu has since taken down his post which alleges racism, but a cached copy of his post is still viewable here: http://bit.ly/2dlFl7O.
2According to a forumer in Hardwarezone, Madhu currently works as Director of UBS, a Swiss global financial services company. The LinkedIn profile shows that he has held the position for five years and previously served as Structurer, Associate and Analyst at Credit Suisse, Nomura, Lehman Brothers and JP Morgan. He has lived outside of India for the past ten years.

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According to LinkedIn, there is at least one another Lalgudi who works at UBS.

Madhu has not only taken down his post about the ‘racist’, but also feedback and queries he left for the local budget airlines, Scoot, in Facebook.
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