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Woman brutally assaulted in Ubi carpark – allegedly by a foreigner

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All Singapore Stuff earlier today shared a video of a woman getting beaten up by a van driver. It is unclear when the incident happened or what the fracas was. But the website said that the man was a foreigner from the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

The video clip showed the woman trying to hit back the attacker, but the driver landed a flying kick on her. The website said that others drivers honked at the assaulter but that no one actually came to render any assistance to the woman.

At one point, the woman being punched in the face can be seen. She fell face down on the road. It is unclear what transpired before the assault, but the website citing an eyewitness to the incident said that the woman came out of the driver’s van before she was brutally assaulted.Follow us on Social Media

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