Trio arrested over brawl at St James Power Station

Trio arrested over brawl at St James Power Station

Trio arrested over brawl at St James Power Station
A police officer tried to stop the club brawl. Instead, he was assaulted by two men. A woman also grabbed him and punched him.

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Wilkie Ong Keng Soon
Wilkie Ong Keng Soon 4 weeks ago

In this kind of situation, the environment makes people do anything to fight with anyone around them, just whack others if not others whack you. Should just move aside and not stay put in the tense environment, is like a war zone, move to a demilitarized zone.

Ah Soh
Ah Soh 4 weeks ago

People getting more brave. Years bACK they attacked teegoos and car park wardens. Now they attack and abuse police officers. Think must use the full strength of the laws on these OTCs.

JZ Cai
JZ Cai 4 weeks ago

Time for the Authority to take pro active actions against all those who challenge the law n assault our law enforcers. Should show no mercy for all offenders so as to maintain a safe n lawful environment for SG. 😡😡😡

Ren Min
Ren Min 4 weeks ago

just wait for club bouncer to settle after Brawl over do paper work spf main job is to Ensure safety of the public on public space not inside a club.

HC Toh
HC Toh 4 weeks ago

Bouncer fault as they think they are tough n piss the customer n they always think they had back up n always aggressive to customer when minor thing happen.

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