Out on bail for breaching Covid-19 rules, security officer gets drunk during shift, swears at police

Out on bail for breaching Covid-19 rules, security officer gets drunk during shift, swears at police

The Straits Times - Singapore·2020-08-14 15:05

SINGAPORE - While he was out on bail for breaching Covid-19 measures, a 30-year-old went on a drunken bender in the middle of his shift as a security officer, which saw him shouting profanities at police officers after being taken to hospital.

On Friday (Aug 14), Kumaran Roy Rajendran was sentenced to one week in jail and a $4,700 fine for his various offences.

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Divvy Vad 19/08/2020

What's wrong with people

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kingshani 19/08/2020

I haven't seen 1 SG clean ambassador after the election. All a scam

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Hendrix Murthi 18/08/2020

deserve it, bringing disgrace to all security staff ,should throw him in jail for 1year big body with bird brain.👎👎👎👎

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Seow leow lah 18/08/2020

There are many security officers who drink while on night shift and 80% of them are Indians

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Pisang 18/08/2020

still haven't wake up his idea. did he get the rotan lesson ?? he needs to learn the Hard way. don't go easy on him pls.

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