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Patient who cannot walk properly is harrassed in another seat chope-ing incident

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Facebook user Angeletta Lagman warned fellow netizens on the site, this week, against a man and his companions who allegedly harassed Angeletta’s mother, her mother’s patient who couldn’t walk properly and the patient’s sister in yet another seat chope-ing incident gone south.

Angeletta’s mother had apparently taken her patient and the patient’s sister for lunch at ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre at Jalan Bukit Merah when they found a table, littered with “messy looking” tissues. Assuming the trash was from the previous occupants of the table, Angeletta’s mother took over the seat.

20-30 minutes later, a man and his companions allegedly came to the table and claimed that Angeletta’s mother was occupying the table that they had ‘choped’ with their tissue. Angeletta says that they argued with her mother and tried to chase her group away.

The man and his friends were allegedly relentless, even when Angeletta’s mother said that her patient cannot walk properly. Angeletta wrote that the man and his companions continued to stare at her mother threateningly even after her mother gave up the seat.

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Hi everyone please SHARE!Please be careful of this young man and ladies. My mum was working and brought her patient to…

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