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Man beats up multiple men at Chinatown, then tries to hit police officer who intervened with glass bottle




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A video of a violent dispute at the People’s Park Complex in Chinatown has been going viral online. The dispute occurred on Sunday evening (25 Feb) and a 29-year-old man was arrested for using criminal force against a public servant.

In the video, a man in a black shirt can be seen throwing punches at another man who picks up a red chair to strike the man in black. The man in black quickly turns another man who tries to stop him. A woman can be heard wailing as the man in black hammers several others who try to restrain him:

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Posted by SINK – Singapore Ink on Tuesday, 27 February 2018

According to the police, who were alerted to the dispute at 10.44pm, the brawl was already over by the time officers arrived at the scene. When the 29-year-old saw the police, he tried to flee and officers gave chase. The man was finally arrested after he unsuccessfully tried to hit an officer with a glass bottle, but was unsuccessful.

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It remains unclear what caused the dispute. Police investigations are ongoing.

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