Two men arrested after Liang Court fight

March 12, 2019
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A man was attacked with a metal stool while curled up on the ground at Liang Court early on Sunday morning.

A video of the incident was shared on social media, and showed the man being assaulted by at least two others in a foodcourt on the first storey of the mall. One man shouted a string of vulgarities as he swung the metal stool, while another was seen kicking the man on the ground.

Both of them,28, were arrested after the police was alerted to the case at about 5am on Sunday.

One of them was taken conscious to Singapore General Hospital.

A food court employee told Wanbao that the man who was getting beaten up had been alone, and had a drunken disagreement with the group consisting of three men and a woman, after which they started fighting.

Staff at Liang Court said drunken fights were common there, as many patrons get drunk at Clarke Quay before getting food at the mal

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