Man, 18, allegedly stabbed colleague in the neck with scissors on SIM campus

An 18-year-old man allegedly stabbed his colleague in the neck at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) along Clementi Road on Friday (June 30).

The incident occurred at around 12.12pm.

A netizen posted on Instagram Stories about the "lunch time slashing" and said the school was "crawling with auxiliary police", who were already there for an event.

According to 8world, Thevendran Rao Rejendran was charged in court on Saturday with one count of voluntarily causing hurt with a dangerous weapon.

The Malaysian is believed to have stabbed Ruban Raj Tamil Arasan's neck with a pair of scissors.

Both men are reportedly cleaners.

If found guilty, the accused faces a jail term of up to seven years and/or a fine and/or caning.