10 arrested over Bugis Village brawl
Ten people were arrested last week for their involvement in a brawl at Bugis Village.
A four-minute video of the fight was posted on the Facebook page of SG HardTruth Community on Monday. It shows a group of people shouting as what looked like a scuffle broke out.
The police yesterday told The Straits Times they received a call at 10.22pm on June 7 for assistance at 2, New Bugis Street.
Nine people were arrested for unlawful assembly. Another man was subsequently arrested in relation to the case.
According to Shin Min Daily News yesterday, the dispute involved two pastry shops in the area.
An employee from one of the shops told Shin Min that last Tuesday's fight was sparked off by a person who stood in front of the shop and told customers that its bread was "fake". She said the brawl was due to a "miscommunication on both sides".
A female staff member of the other shop claimed that three people carrying beer bottles were involved in the fight, adding that five of her family members suffered minor injuries.
Mendaki youth camp on new economy
The training arm of self-help group Yayasan Mendaki has launched a camp to help youth become more aware of the skills and training needed for the new economy.
The three-day Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Lifeskills for Youth camp, which started on Monday, was attended by 45 students, who learnt about leadership skills and financial literacy.
Mendaki Sense aims to run the camp annually during the June and December school holidays.
Take spin in supercar for a good cause
Motoring enthusiasts keen for a spin in a supercar while helping underprivileged children can do so this Sunday.
Ultimate Drive Eurosports will offer its supercars, including Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Rolls-Royce Ghost and Porsche 911, for 15-, 30- or 60-minute drives on Sunday from 10am to 6pm at Marina Bay Sands Hotel Tower 3.
The drives start from $298, and proceeds will go to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. Ultimate Drive Eurosports, which provides rentals of ultra-luxury cars, aims to raise about $30,000 for the fund, which provides pocket money to children from low-income families.