Images of a man being arrested at Geylang Serai Bazaar have gone viral among netizens. The man being arrested is suspected to be the owner of a controversial DenDeng stall at the bazaar which has been plagued by accusations of selling “unknown meat”.

The image shows a man with his back facing a camera being handcuffed by what looks like a plainclothes enforcement officer.

According to the description offered by netizens, the stall had been raided by major government agencies, including the police, MUIS and the Ministry of Manpower. Netizens claim to have lodged complaints with various agencies over issues relating to the Halal certification of the meat and illegally employed foreign workers.

The story is developing.

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