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PUB WORKER ATTACKS MAN WITH WINE OPENER AFTER HE CHAT UP BOSS' GIRLFRIEND

A pub worker was jailed and caned for attacking a customer with a wine opener around Peace Centre. Jerriek Chen Weixiong was angry at the male customer for trying to chat up his manager's girlfriend and followed him as he was leaving the pub. Armed with a wine opener, he punched the guy repeatedly with the sharp end of the opener in between his fingers, deliberately causing the man to get scratched and to bleed a lot.

Two other pub workers followed his example and attacked the victim. They were all arrested after the police arrived at the scene. The victim, Mr Tay, suffered injuries to his face and was taken to Tan Tock Seng Hospital where he got multiple stitches. Loyal or stupid?

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MEN ROBBED S'POREAN WOMEN AFTER LURING THEM TO CONDO BY SELLING HANDBAGS

A 39 year-old robber has been sentenced to 7 years jail and 12 strokes of the cane for robbing 2 female victims at a Lorong Limau condominium. On 25 May 2016, the 39 year-old had lured 2 women to a the condominium unit, and robbed them at knifepoint together with a 43 year-old accomplice.

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PEOPLE VANDALIZE BIKES NO POLICE INVESTIGATION, BUT SEND ONE LETTER TO MINISTER...

I found a series of Obikes with wrangled saddles and twisted handle bars and broken pedals along Eu Tong Seng road and Hill Street yesterday in what appears to be an act of vandalism and mischief. Has anyone been prosecuted for bike vandalism?

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NETIZEN COMPLAINS TRAFFIC POLICE ROADBLOCK INCONVENIENCE RESIDENTS

Last night at midnight, there was a road block by the Traffic Police on Lorong 101 Changi. This happens regularly. However, the road block usually occurs just before the right turn onto Langsat Road. This ensures that residents staying on Langsat Road, Everitt Road, Lorong 102 - 108 Changi are able to turn right onto Langsat Road to get home after being checked by the Traffic Police.

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VICTIM OF BUKIT BATOK CAR EXPLOSION A WANTED SERIAL CON MAN?

When Alex first received word about a car explosion at Bukit Batok East Avenue 3 from his friends, he could not believe his luck. Alex, who runs a car rental business, had earlier in the day reported on Facebook about a rogue hirer who went missing with one of his Nissan CNG cars.

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