Gang Of Girls Threw Chairs And Flipped Tables At Bak Kut Teh Stall

We’re just little more than 6 months into 2019, and we’ve seen our fair share of brawls in Singapore.

On Wednesday (12 Jun), a massive catfight broke out at a Balestier bak kut teh stall, where several women were seen throwing chairs and overturning tables.

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The 2-min clip was uploaded on District Singapore‘s Facebook page and has since gone viral with over 1,500 shares at the time of writing.

You can watch the video in full here.

4 ladies wreak havoc at Balestier kopitiam 

At the start of the video, 2 men and a woman were seen at a table having a meal.

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All of a sudden, a woman in a yellow dress marched towards the trio and slammed the table. She also threw her heels at the lady.

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The two men stood up immediately to confront the aggressor but were swiftly met by 2 other ladies, supposedly on the side of the lady in yellow.

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One of them in a light blue shirt attempted to throw a chair at the lady in black but was stopped by one of the men.

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Another lady in a denim jacket joins the fray later on.

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Hurled chairs, flipped tables

Throughout the rest of the video, the 4 ladies continued hurling chairs at the woman in black.

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They also overturned 2 tables, causing quite a mess at the kopitiam.

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At one point, the gang of ladies threw an unknown object and nearly struck one of the waitresses working at the stall. Talk about collateral damage.

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Allegedly fought over siam diu dispute

According to Lianhe Zaobao, the altercation may be linked to a prior dispute at a Thai disco, commonly known as a siam diu. 

The owner of the bak kut teh stall told Zaobao that the lady in black and the other 4 ladies are from Korea and Vietnam respectively.

She also shared that the fight broke out as the Vietnamese ladies were upset with the Korean lady for ‘snatching’ their customer.

The police have arrested 4 women between the age of 30 and 34 in connection to this incident. Investigations are currently ongoing.

Violence doesn’t solve anything

We hope that nobody was seriously hurt and that the bak kut teh stall’s business wasn’t too badly affected by the incident.

Kudos to the police for their swift action in arresting those involved in the fight.

This only shows that nothing good comes out of violence, and perhaps more importantly, that hell has no fury like a woman scorned.

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