Trio who wreaked havoc at Upper Serangoon porridge stall jailed

Two men and a woman who went on a rampage at a porridge stall at Upper Serangoon last year were sentenced to jail on Thursday (May 3).

Tan Sung Meng, 47 and Aung Sim Poh, 49 were each sentenced to six weeks in jail while their female companion Pang Pei Pei, 41, was jailed for four weeks, reports The Straits Times.

In an earlier Stomp report, the trio visited Heng Long Teochew Porridge on May 27, 2017, at about 3.30am for supper.

They became upset over their $28 bill and demanded a breakdown of the price.

Their anger and agitation grew when their waitress could not provide it.

In a video of the incident, the customers were seen tossing dishes onto the ground and flipping a table.

They also hurled and smashed wooden stools and other items.

One of the men can be seen throwing a huge pot of porridge onto the floor.

No one was injured but their tantrum caused the shop to suffer a loss of almost $10,300.

For committing mischief that caused a loss of $500 and upwards, Tan, Ang and Pang could have been jailed for two years and fined.