Police have recently investigated a loud funeral procession involving nearly 200 participants in Boonley.
According to police, a 42-year-old man was the latest person to be arrested in the case yesterday after arresting a group of 14 people on suspicion of chaotic behavior and secret society activities. The incident at Block 191 Boon Lay Drive was filmed in a video showing at least 100 people screaming while walking slowly, including the one who had the casket.
“The police have no tolerance for the activities of secret societies, take decisive action against those associated with the gang, and do not hesitate to blatantly ignore the law,” the police said in a statement. Stated.
A one-minute-long clip shows a group of unmasked people carrying a white casket and chasing behind about ten men chanting all at once. There seems to be nothing in the video that suggests gang activity, other than the chanting often associated with Singaporean gangs.
Police said yesterday that the two arrested (including the 17-year-old) wore shirts with gang emblems but did not identify what they were.
“As a result of preliminary investigations, two members of the secret society were allegedly wearing shirts with the secret society insignia,” police said in a statement.
The funeral was believed to be for a 43-year-old man, according to Chinese media. Rianhe Wambao. Due to current pandemic restrictions, up to 20 people can attend the funeral.
To be part of an illegal society, individuals face three years’ imprisonment and a fine of up to S $ 5,000. Violations of the COVID-19 regulations can result in fines of up to S $ 10,000 or imprisonment of up to 6 months.
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Police arrest 15 after hundreds attend Booneley’s funeral procession (video)
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