Singapore – On April 5, a video of an aggressive Caucasian man punching an elderly security supervisor in Roxy Square surfaced on the Internet via All Singapore Stuff’s Facebook page. According to the security supervisor, the angmoh approached another security guard because he couldn’t find an exit from the carpark.
The footage showed the Caucasian man speaking rudely to the supervisor who politely offered to show him the proper exit.
Trying to show him the way, the elderly security supervisor received profanities, mockery, and ultimately a blow from the angmoh that sent him to the ground. The 60-year-old supervisor suffered a swollen eye, a sprained neck and broken glasses from the incident.
Watch the video below:
Thanks to SMRT Feedback online vigilantes, the Caucasian man has been identified. The 47-year-old suspect is allegedly Stuart Mills, a multi-award winning creative director for a multinational advertising agency.
According to Mumbrella Asia, Mills worked last at TBWA Singapore as a global creative director but left last May and is perceived to be freelancing ever since.
The other companies involved in his career include Cheil, SapientNitro, Bates CHI, Phibious and Ogilvy & Mather as well as Young & Rubicam, the BBC and Saatchi & Saatchi.
His first job in Singapore was in 2005 with Ogilvy & Mather then again in 2013 as a freelance executive director for Bates CHI, and lastly in 2017 for TBWA.
It is written on his profile at krop.com that “Stuart is now writing films, researching a TV series idea and is also still available for freelance work and projects within the advertising industry.”
Awards from different shows were also listed on his profile such as Cannes, D&AD, Adfest, Spikes, the Clio Awards and the World Press Awards.
The police have classified the incident as a case of voluntarily causing hurt, and investigations are currently ongoing.
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