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Man found dead after crowd detains him for allegedly taking upskirt videos

By the time the police arrived on scene, the man was already motionless and lying on the ground.

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A man was found dead along Niven Road on Friday (Nov 1).

Police responded to an alert regarding “a case of insulting the modesty of a woman.” A man allegedly took upskirt videos of unknowing women at Little India MRT station.

Five people allegedly chased the man from the MRT station and crowded around to detain him.

When police arrived at the scene at around 12:45 PM, the man was already collapsed on the ground and motionless.

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Police tried to revive the man by performing CPR while they called for the paramedics from the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).

However, SCDF paramedics pronounced him dead on the spot.

Police are investigating the incident which they classify as an unnatural death./TISG

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