Employee Allegedly Got Drunk in Supermarket He Worked in & Knocked Down Multiple Shelves


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When people get drunk, they do the most questionable things, like sending drunk text messages to their crush to throwing tantrums in public.

A 31-year-old man has just taken the cake after he knocked over the shelves in a supermarket located at Eastpoint on 30 September 2022 at about 7 pm.

He was an employee of the supermarket and was suspected to be drinking alcohol at work.

Image: Singapore Chinese Chinese Network, Sg Chinese Community.

Employee Allegedly Got Drunk in Supermarket He Worked in & Knocked Down Multiple Shelves

The man, who works at the supermarket, is believed to have drunk alcohol while on duty and got into an argument with his colleagues.

He then got agitated and overturned more than 10 shelves.

This lasted for about 10 minutes and you cannot imagine how much precious food and drinks have been knocked over.

Image: Singapore Chinese Chinese Network, Sg Chinese Community.

One of the readers of told Shin Min Daily New that he heard a loud noise from the supermarket and saw that some shelves were already knocked over.

Image: Singapore Chinese Chinese Network, Sg Chinese Community.

Other people who were present at the scene said that they saw two men arguing in the supermarket.

Another female employee in her 30s said that she heard a man shouting in the supermarket and pushing the shelves while walking.

Police Investigations are Still Ongoing

The police arrived at the scene and did not leave until after 9 pm, and several employees and the person-in-charge cleaned the site afterwards.

The supermarket could not continue to operate that night.


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Members of the public who wished to buy things from the supermarket were told to go home and come back the next day.

The 31-year-old man was allegedly fired on the spot by the boss and arrested for criminal intimidation, public nuisance and drunken disorder.

Police investigations are currently ongoing.

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