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Two violent coffeeshop brawls involving old men go viral on the same night

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The spate of coffeeshop brawls in Singapore does not appear to have an end in sight. Yesterday, what looks to be two separate fights at local coffeeshops went viral on social media.

In the first video, about three men are embroiled in a fight although the altercation mainly involves two men throughout the duration of the video. In the video, wary coffeeshop diners can be seen keeping a distance as the two men thrash one another mercilessly.

After swinging at one another and knocking each other on the ground, the fight seems to end as one of the men appears to walk away, in the video that has garnered about 25,000 views so far:

Uncles fight in Singapore coffeeshop

<Reader Contribution>Fight fight fight! What now, money or woman?

Posted by All Singapore Stuff on Wednesday, 10 October 2018

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It remains unclear exactly when or where the fight above occurred.

In the second video, which has racked up over 13,000 views, an old man can be seen being chased out of a coffeeshop as another man comes after him with a plastic chair from the eatery in hand.

The two men are followed by another man, who also takes a plastic chair in his hand, who seems to want to make sure that the first man leaves the place.

Although the video ends abruptly, netizens have claimed that this incident occurred at a coffeeshop in Yew Tee:

Uncles fierce fight at coffeeshop

<Reader Contribution>Yew Tee uncles fighting in coffeeshop. Update: It happened in Yew Tee not Yishun. Looks like Yishun is great again 😀

Posted by All Singapore Stuff on Wednesday, 10 October 2018

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