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Police arrest one suspect in Tanjong Pagar 10 men brawl

The brawl occurred at 3am and involved 10 people, a 23-year-old man who was wielding a long knife during the fight has been arrested for allegedly causing grievous hurt using a dangerous weapon

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Singapore—On Thursday (Oct 24), police officers from the Criminal Investigation Department and Central Police Division arrested one of the men involved in a brawl along Tanjong Pagar.

The brawl involving 10 people happened at around 3am on Sat (19 Oct) on Tanjong Pagar Road.

One of the assailants was seen to have been wielding a knife, and another person already had a bleeding ear according to the footage uploaded on Facebook.

The 23-year-old man who wielded the long knife has been arrested for allegedly causing grievous hurt using a dangerous weapon.

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The man will be charged on Friday and may face jail time of 15 years along with a fine if convicted.

The video uploaded by Raven Qui on the Facebook page Complaint Singapore showed a group of three or four people getting in a fight along the road.

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Posted by Raven Qiu on Saturday, October 19, 2019

Another group then chased them down and tried to stop the fight.

One of the men wearing a black shirt pushed a man in white who fell down the road.

The arrested suspect can be seen in the video wielding a long weapon and hitting the man in black with it. -/TISGFollow us on Social Media

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