11 men were fined for a total of $25,200 after they are found guilty of unlawful gathering during the circuit breaker period.
Under the COVID-19 Temporary Act, members of the public were banned from leaving home without a valid reason. Meeting up with other people living in a different household for social purposes is also prohibited.
- Alex Teo Han Yuan, 27 ($3,000)
- Teo Wee Liang, 27 ($2,700)
- Zane Lucas Quek, 27 ($2,500)
- Joey Seng Koon Hwee, 32 ($2,500)
- Nicholas Tan Zhi Qin, 34 ($2,500)
- Darren Ho Shu Qiang, 23 ($2,000)
- Neo Hwee Siang, 24 ($2,000)
- Ryan Tan Jia Wei, 25 ($2,000)
- Jeffrey Foo Chek Suan, 28 ($2,000)
- Lim Cheng Yao, 29 ($2,000)
- Winston Lee Wei Zheng, 35 ($2,000)
The incident happened on the 17 May 2020, the police were alerted after a resident complained about the unlawful gathering. According to the law, anyone convicted of any offence under the Temporary COVID-19 act could be jail for up to 6 months or fine up to $10,000 or both. For repeated offenders, the punishment will be doubled.