Singapore – On March 10 (Sunday), a member of the public Patrick Tan uploaded a video of a brawl caught on camera that happened at the Liang Court shopping centre at 5 am.
The video started with some bystanders picking up utensils that had fallen to the floor while a fight had broken out nearby.
As the number of witnesses increased, the video zoomed in on two or three men in a scuffle, two wearing greyish shirts and another in a dark-coloured one.
They were seen holding up metal stools and swinging them at each other while using vulgar words.
Eventually, the man with the dark shirt fell, and the other one was seen kicking him as he lay on the floor.
The guy in grey then picked up the metal stool to use it as a weapon while his companion continued kicking. The man with the stool then gave one huge blow toward the man curled up on the floor, although the video is unclear whether it was a direct hit.
It would seem as if one of the onlookers had enough and started pulling the enraged man with the stool away from the victim. However, the man who seemed fond of using props clearly wasn’t finished, as he was seen picking up a nearby table and was about to drop it on his target while his teammate continued kicking.
Fortunately, the man with the table was stopped by onlookers just in time.
According to the police, two suspects, both 28 years old, have been arrested. One of them was taken to Singapore General Hospital for treatment.
Another 27-year-old man assisted with the investigations.
More updates will be posted.
Watch the video below:
https://mothership.sg/2019/03/liang-court-fight/The first few months of 2019 have been eventful with quite a few fights breaking out in public places such as the recent one involving four men at a coffee shop just last Sunday.
There was also the case of a bloodied man left lying on the road after a fight broke out near Orchard Towers on February 25.
https://theindependent.sg.sg/bloodied-man-who-was-left-lying-on-the-ground-after-fight-outside-orchard-towers-gets-arrested/Follow us on Social Media
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