Man arrested in Woodlands for causing public annoyance while drunk
The incident was captured in videos shared on social media
SINGAPORE - A 48-year-old man was arrested for causing annoyance to the public at Woodlands Industrial Park E7 last Sunday (5 February).
According to a police statement, the man was allegedly drunk and arrested under Section 14(2) of the Liquor Control Act after they received a call for assistance at 8.31pm.
The incident was first shared in a video post on the Instagram account 'SgfollowsAll' on Tuesday morning (7 February).
The first part of the video showed a man pinned to the ground and handcuffed by two policemen, followed by a second part capturing the man's arrest.
The man, clad in a dark blue t-shirt and light blue denim bermudas, could be seen in the video fighting the two policemen before one appeared to give the man a stern verbal warning.
Both officers proceeded to pin the man down and handcuff him.
A crowd, mostly consisting of elderly folks, had gathered to watch the incident.
Police investigations are currently ongoing.
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