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Return to school: Security guards hurt by qualified driver returning to work

School guards, who were slightly injured trying to stop maniac drivers from forcing them into elementary school, resumed activities after recovering at home.

Neo a Watt, 62, was found driving his car to Red Swastika School this morning after a short break at home. He was recovering from a knee abrasion inflicted by a man who accelerated his stopped Bentley to him after being denied school admission on Tuesday.

The incident infuriated Singapore, with Education Minister Chan Chun Sing and the Security Guards intervening to condemn the actions of a 61-year-old driver arrested late in the afternoon. A video that surfaced after the incident revealed part of his face, but the driver’s name has not yet been revealed by authorities.

In the video, white Bentley drivers were seen lined up during the morning traffic jam when parents dropped off their children at school. The driver and passengers then got out of the car, discussed with Neo and school staff, and then used their weight to drive to Neo, who had stopped the vehicle.

The Security Employees Union said he visited Neo after the incident and gave him vouchers and nutrition. After that, Neo took a short break at home and recovered from minor injuries.

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Return to school: Security guards hurt by qualified driver returning to work

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