SINGAPORE - A man claimed trial on Wednesday to a charge of committing a rash act to endanger life.
Koh Chee Tong, 33, is alleged to have swung a plastic chair and a metal stand as well as thrown a flower pot at a POSB ATM when one Hui Fook Cheng was using it at about 7.30am on Oct 4.
Bail of $15,000 was allowed.
The court heard that Koh has a pending drug case.
A pre-trial conference is scheduled for Oct 28 for the latest charge.
According to a police statement, police said they picked up a suspect near Raffles Avenue on Tuesday following extensive investigation into the case of the smashed ATM at Jalan Besar.
The maximum penalty for committing a rash act is six months' jail and a $2,500 fine.