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Foreigners in Singapore get into violent fistfights in two separate incidents supposedly on the same day




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Two separate groups of Filipinos were recorded fighting violently in public places yesterday. The first involved a man and three women in an open field and the second incident was between two Filipinas at Far East Plaza.

Facebook user Laila Mamun Bow captured both incidents and posted it on her page.

In the first incident, three women begin clobbering one another with their fists and using nearby items. A man then joined the altercation before all those engaged in the brawl begin dragging each other to the ground and hammering one another.

Onlookers at the scene, who also appear to be foreigners in their own small groups convened at the field, can be heard gasping and shouting in the video.

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Posted by Laila Mamun Bow on Sunday, 23 July 2017

The second incident at Far East Plaza saw two women locked in a fight, screaming, pulling on each other’s hair and kicking each other while two other foreign women try to mediate. It appears that both women were arrested shortly after.

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Posted by Laila Mamun Bow on Monday, 24 July 2017

Sunday is the day when foreign labourers are on leave. Many convene at several hotspots in the country such as Far East Plaza, Lucky Plaza and Little India.

This is not the first time that female foreign labourers have engaged in brutal brawls in public. Many such fights have been recorded, like the catfight at Paya Lebar, another brawl near Lucky Plaza and another chaotic fight involving male and female foreign workers at SCAPE.

In the catfight at Paya Lebar that went viral a few years ago, two women violently fought over one boyfriend who is also a foreigner.

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