Five men arrested for chanting gang slogans at St James Power Station nightclub

Five men arrested for chanting gang slogans at St James Power Station nightclub

Five men arrested for chanting gang slogans at St James Power Station nightclub
5 more men from a brawl at a nightclub have been arrested for suspected involvement in gang activities.

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Nedun Cheralathan
Nedun Cheralathan 4 weeks ago

LKY destroy Gangsters and gang but now its creeping up cause every one i mean everyone wants to protect their golden rice bowls and their ivory towers.

Edwin Ho
Edwin Ho 4 weeks ago

Bats 🦇 always hide in the dark, SS also need to hide in the dark. Discotheque bats dance in the dark too. N SS will be hide in the dark too. Goodbye Bye SS members, your membership has expired

Augus CH
Augus CH 4 weeks ago

Such rowdy entertainment places will definitely invite fights .. looking at the crowd , it’s s matter of time someone get killed... especially when intoxicated . Police should look into more security measures or restrictions..

Charles Cheng
Charles Cheng 4 weeks ago

Shouldn't the ISA law be used one more time to wipe these dogs out? After all ISA law was created to destroy these gangster dogs. Arrest and jail without trial on suspicion of gang activities.. like the sound of it. Not good to become too soft on these dogs.. and fk the liberal opinions.

Lawrence Seow
Lawrence Seow 4 weeks ago

Arrest have been made,let's wait for the outcome.Hope DPP is able make a strong case,if not the public will lose their faith in our judiciary.Need to concentrate on bringing down these triads activity otherwise the 'OLD SCHOOL' will prevail.Do not condone such behaviours,need to exercise strict rules again.

Dawn Lim
Dawn Lim 4 weeks ago

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