Two charged for wrecking Singapore restaurant over S$28 bill

Google street view of the Heng Long Teochew Porridge restaurant. — Picture by Google
Google street view of the Heng Long Teochew Porridge restaurant. — Picture by Google

SINGAPORE, May 31 – Two of three people arrested for wrecking a porridge stall along Upper Serangoon Road were charged in a district court today.

Singaporean Pang Pei Pei, 40, was charged with committing mischief by throwing bowls, tables and chairs into Heng Long Teochew porridge stall located at 1006 Upper Serangoon Road at about 3.45am last Saturday.

Another Singaporean Tan Sung Meng, 46, who had also committed the same actions as Pang, was charged with committing a rash act which endangered the safety of others.

Shin Min Daily News had reported that the trio were upset over their S$28 (RM86.43) bill. 

The stall suffered some S$5,000 in damages as a result of their action.

In a news release yesterday, the police said that both Pang and Tan as well as third person were arrested on May 29 and 30.

The third person has yet to be charged in court.

If convicted, Pang faces a jail term of up to two years or a fine or both.

For Tan, if found guilty, he could be jailed up to six months or fined up to S$2,500 or both. — TODAY

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