Man Arrested At SG Grand Prix For Inappropriately Touching Woman

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An incident at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday led to the arrest of a 36-year-old man for alleged outrage of modesty, while a 37-year-old man is assisting with investigations for allegedly causing hurt, as reported by the police on Sunday in response to queries from The Straits Times.

The episode unfolded when a 24-year-old model, Ms. Kaci Beh took to the video-sharing platform TikTok to recount how her night at the Singapore Grand Prix took a disturbing turn.

According to Ms. Beh, a stranger allegedly touched her younger sister inappropriately. When they confronted the individual, she and her boyfriend, Mr. Bryan Yap, were reportedly assaulted by another man.

In her Instagram stories, few police officers can be seen engaging with a man in a black cap.

In a now removed Instagram story which showed Mr. Yap with a bruised and swollen nose.

Ms. Beh explained that she and Mr. Yap were walking behind her younger sister and her boyfriend on their way to watch the performance of US singer Post Malone at the Padang.

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It was during this walk that they noticed a man approaching from the opposite direction.

Ms. Karen Beh, Ms. Beh’s younger sister aged 21, reported that the man allegedly used his right hand to inappropriately touch her. She mentioned that the group of four was walking through a fairly empty path with ample space.

When Ms. Karen Beh turned to see her sister and Mr. Yap confront the man, she was allegedly shoved to the ground by a passer-by. This passer-by purportedly punched Mr. Yap multiple times, according to Ms. Kaci Beh’s account.

The police stated that they received a call for assistance at 2 Stamford Road on Saturday night around 10.45pm.

Investigations into the incident are currently ongoing.

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