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Man taken to hospital after cracking windshield of Mercedes-Benz with bare fist at Syed Alwi Rd

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A 29-year-old man was conveyed to a Tan Tock Seng Hospital on Tuesday (6 Mar) around 3 am, after he used his bare fist to smash the windshield of a black Mercedes-Benz car, during what appeared to be a drunken fight at Syed Alwi Road.

In a video of the fight that has been circulating online, the man can be seen in an altercation with several people before he starts banging his fist on the windshield of the vehicle, which is carrying multiple passengers, until the windshield cracks.

The driver of the vehicle drives off while the man is still punching the windshield:

Fight in Singapore at Syed Alwi Road

Posted by KP Lau on Thursday, 8 March 2018

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The man who damaged the car’s windshield reportedly suffered cuts on his hand. Police investigations are ongoing.

Syed Alwi Road is somewhat notorious for crime within Singapore. In what was perhaps the most infamous case in the area, the bloody, legless corpse of a Pakistani national was stuffed into a suitcase on Syed Alwi Road in 2014.

The murderers, a 25-year-old and 43-year-old who were the victim’s own countrymen, were sentenced to death last year.Follow us on Social Media

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