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Update on April 23:
The police have confirmed that reports were lodged and said investigations into a case of public nuisance are ongoing.
Fast food chain KFC has lodged a police report following an incident where a customer shouted and spat at one of its employees.
The incident occurred on Wednesday (Apr 22) at Nex shopping mall.
Several Stompers alerted Stomp to a video of the incident that has gone viral online, garnering more than 15,000 Facebook shares in just seven hours.
In the video, a female customer can be seen yelling at a KFC employee across the counter.
The woman is heard screaming, "Nobody will scared!" and spitting at the employee, "Pui! Pui!" before walking away.
In response to Stomp queries, a spokesman for KFC confirmed that there was "an incident" between a customer and a staff manager at its Nex outlet.
The spokesman said: "Following this incident, we lodged a police report and will leave the police to investigate further.
"We would like to assure our customers that the outlet was immediately cleansed and sanitised post-incident."
The spokesman also said that KFC's top priority remains the welfare and safety of its employee, who is currently off-duty and resting.
"At KFC, we take the safety of our staff and customers seriously. We would like to remind all customers to maintain safe distancing and to wear a mask as required by the authorities," the spokesman told Stomp.