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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Retired SQ supervisor was spat at and assaulted by women, case now with the police


Former IFS CQ now working at a condominium in Simei was spat at, abused and assaulted by the 2 women in the pictures. The women also hurled vulgarities at the staff . Apparently it was about not possessing the resident pass that .......Watch 2nd video >> here

Above images from STOMP

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

O.0 what did he do or say to the women that made them do this to him???

Anonymous said...

As a security personnel,he had to check their I/Ds before allowing them entry into the condo. These women may be from China.

Anonymous said...

These women are crude and rough and spitting at people is a way to express their anger with the people they quarrel with.

Anonymous said...

Can they be reported to the police and let the law deal with them? There was a guy who went to jail cos he spat at a woman at a bus interchange.

Anonymous said...

This IFS is rich enough to retire but chose to work and be abused and bullied by those prostitutes from China.

Anonymous said...

I used to live at a condominium at East coast before and have never come across such a disgraceful scene. From this video, it was the woman in question who yelled " F - U " at CQ. Spitting and assault followed, joined by the other woman. He had to defend himself. She could have pulled out a weapon from her handbag. The Police should take strong action against both women to send a clear signal against such unruly behaviour on security personnel.

Anonymous said...

staying in condo and working in condo are totally 2 different things. jus like when i am travelling as passenger, i hardly see any call lights or troublemakers. when i am working, the call lights are endless.

Edmond said...

staying in condo... Your experience of call lights may be strange but true. Hahaa. That's life.

Anonymous said...

No wonder I found him familiar.. Anyway he handled the situation quite well in the beginning until they spat (which was an insult) at home..