SINGAPORE - The five South Korean women arrested for causing trouble in Orchard Road during the Trump-Kim summit have been repatriated, said the police.
In consultation with the Attorney-General's Chambers, the police gave a stern warning to the group. Their visit passes were cancelled and they were repatriated to South Korea, the police said on Wednesday night (June 13) in response to queries from The Straits Times.
The women were arrested under the Public Order Act at 9.10pm on Monday at the junction of Tanglin Road and Nassim Road, near The St Regis Singapore hotel, where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was staying. Mr Kim was on his way to visit Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay then.
Earlier on Monday, the group had unfurled banners near the Capella Singapore hotel in Sentosa, where the summit between United States President Donald Trump and Mr Kim was held on Tuesday.
Police said the women were also spotted near the Shangri-La Hotel, where Mr Trump had been staying, and had protest placards on them. They were told to leave the area, which was part of a special event area featuring high security.
Instead of complying, the five women headed to the nearby St Regis, which was still within the special event area, said the police.
The police then stopped and warned them again. But the women refused to cooperate with the police, became rowdy and started to shout. They were subsequently arrested.