Youths investigated for public nuisance after one of them flips signboard at child at Keong Saik Road

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A group of youths are being investigated for public nuisance and dishonest misappropriation of property after one of them was caught on video flipping a signboard at a young child along Keong Saik Road on Monday (Nov 8).

Several Stompers alerted Stomp to a video circulating online of the incident.

In the video, one of the youths is seen flipping a yellow 'wet floor' signboard at the child.

The woman accompanying the child shouts at the group as another young man picks up the sign and walks away.

In response to a Stomp query, the police said they came across two male teenagers, both aged 18, at Serangoon MRT Station holding onto a 'wet floor' signboard at about 9.35pm.

"Preliminary investigations revealed that they were among a group of four teenagers, where a male teenager among them had allegedly flipped the signboard at a child along Keong Saik Road at about 8.30pm the same day," a police spokesman said.

Police investigations are ongoing.