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Young chap knocks over old man who was having dispute with woman in Lor 8 Toa Payoh hawker centre

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Facebook user Manny Quest shared a video of a man who was knocked over, after what appeared to be a dispute over a table in a hawker centre. The user said that the incident happened yesterday at the hawker center at Lorong 8 Toa Payoh. He described the young couple as bullies.

https://www.facebook.com/100012091119694/videos/vb.100012091119694/295407400872295/?type=2&theater

The younger man can be seen standing next to the woman in an aggressive manner after knocking the old man over. The old man asked the younger one why he hit him when he was just talking to the woman. The woman can be heard saying in a loud voice that she had already told him that the table was occupied, but that the old man still insisted on sitting there.

Another man tried to pacify the older man and asked him to move to another table. The old man relented reluctantly.

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According to an eyewitness, this is what happened.

source: mothership
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