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()CCB Angmoh can get away with fighting outside our court house KNN (pics)


Alfrescian (Inf)
Chinese translation of article:


Rare incident outside subordinate court! Two men were fighting at the entrance until they faces were bruised, and a female companion also joined in using her handbag. After scuffling for 5 mins, about 10 security and police officers took more than 10 mins to calm down the three of them.

The bold part is proof beyond doubt that Singapore is fucked. Fucked up beyond all redemption. Game over, thanks for playing. 50 years of independence? There won't be another 50 years, mark my words.


i bet u one million if i did that outside court i would be arrested right away.... none of these B S calming down
only foreigners got the privilege of calming down and maximum restraint, locals can arrest and fined straight away..from jaywalking to littering to riot all proven..


Looksblike cb angnmo fist fight differs from sinkie mrt one..

The double standard of our SPF clearly arbitrary charged at his own whim


Two men arrested for fighting in MRT
21 Jan 2014 14:52
SINGAPORE: Police have arrested two men, aged 40 and 50, for fighting with each other in an MRT train travelling between Khatib and Yio Chu Kang MRT stations.

The fight was caught in a video that went viral.

On January 11 at about 11.55pm, police were alerted by a call from staff in a MRT station that two men were fighting in an MRT train carriage.

When officers from Ang Mo Kio Police Division arrived, both men had already left.

Police investigated and identified both men.

The two men were arrested on Monday in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9.

The pair will be charged in court on Wednesday with affray.

If convicted, they can be jailed up to a year and fined S$5,000.

Commander of Ang Mo Kio Police Division, Assistant Commissioner Keok Tong San, said that the police will not hesitate to track down and prosecute those who disturb public peace by committing such senseless acts of violence.