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Police get involved as massive brawl between ITE students erupts outside Simei campus




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A video showing a large group of ITE students kicking and punching each other has been circulating online today. Several students in uniform brawled with one another and even appear to involve an ofo bike in the fight while a larger group watched close by.

A portion of the brawl was caught on camera from the opposite side of the road facing ITE College East campus in Simei:

ITE East fight (Crowzero style)

ITE east students fight outside school. Some say they fight coz someone pauto teacher he never do homework. Even OFO bike involved siol..

Posted by Rilek1Corner on Thursday, 25 January 2018

Dr Yek Tiew Ming, the Principal of ITE College East confirmed to reporters today: “The incident took place outside ITE College East. We take a serious view of the matter and do not condone such behaviour.”

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He added that the college is investigating the incident and will take proper action against students found flouting school rules.

The police are also involved in the case after a report was lodged. Investigations are ongoing..

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