SINGAPORE – An aged man who was allegedly concerned in a fight at Bendemeer Market and Food Centre on Wednesday (March 16) has been charged with one rely of being in possession of a weapon – a chopper – in a public place.
On Friday, Ng Hui Ooh, 77, was additionally handed a felony intimidation cost.
In an earlier assertion, the police mentioned that they acquired a number of calls a few fight between two males in Bendemeer Road at round 6.55pm on Wednesday.
One of the lads allegedly wielded a chopper, and each left the scene earlier than the officers arrived.
Ng was then arrested inside two hours of the incident.
Preliminary investigations revealed that he had allegedly swung the chopper on the different man throughout the fight however didn’t hit anybody with the weapon.
Ng’s case has been adjourned to April 1.
For being in possession of a weapon in a public place, an offender could be jailed for as much as three years and obtain a minimum of six strokes of the cane.
Ng can’t be caned as he is over 50 years outdated.
He was one in every of a number of males who have been charged in courtroom this week after they allegedly dedicated offences involving weapons in unrelated incidents.
One of them, Fadhil Yusop, 37, was handed one cost of voluntarily inflicting harm with a samurai sword.
Fadhil, who was caught on video swinging the weapon at pedestrians and several other vehicles close to Buangkok Square mall, is accused of committing the offence on Monday.
Another man, Mohd S. Muhibullah Said Abdullah, 33, now faces two expenses of voluntarily inflicting harm with a harmful weapon.
He is accused of injuring two folks with a razor blade at Block 59 Strathmore Avenue in Queenstown on Monday.
A 3rd man, Leonard Goh Yew Cheng, 27, was handed one cost of voluntarily inflicting harm to discourage a public servant from his responsibility and two counts of possessing offensive weapons.
He allegedly threw a knife at a policeman in Bukit Batok on Monday, inflicting a bruise to kind on the officer’s cheek after its deal with hit his face.
The instances involving Goh, Muhibullah and Fadhil are nonetheless pending.