Yet another kopitiam fight -- this time at Jurong West

Submitted by Stomper Eddy

This story was submitted via Stomp App contribution.

A dispute broke out between two men at a coffee shop at Jurong West Street 91 yesterday night (April 4), at around 10.40pm.

Stomper Eddy was at the scene and witnessed the altercation, which occurred at NTI Food Court, a kopitiam located at Block 964.

Eddy said the fight involved a customer and a man working at the coffee shop, though Stomp is unable to confirm this.

Stomp understands that the two men were friends.

It is unclear what the dispute was about.

He told Stomp: "The coffee shop boss had a heated argument with a customer.

"They started throwing tantrums at each other."

According to Eddy, one man was also "chased and tackled to the ground", though the Stomper did not manage to film it.

In a video contributed by Eddy, two men, one of whom was holding a tray, can be seen in a tussle while several others tried to separate them.

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The man with the tray is later seen holding a chair, though someone else managed to pry it away from him.

Stomp understands that when police arrived at the scene, the fight had already stopped.

This is the latest incident in a string of fights that have occurred at coffee shops recently.

A bizarre fight took place in Hougang last weekend, during which a man hit a woman after she taunted him to.

Earlier in March, a group of men in their 60s fought over an auntie in Yishun.

And in February, a brawl broke out at People's Park Complex in Chinatown. A man was subsequently arrested for using criminal force against a public servant.

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