87 individuals were captured in a joint operation led by officers from the Singapore Police Force with the backing of the Singapore Civil Defense Force.
The counter wrongdoing and against beverage driving operation was driven by the Criminal Investigation Department and finished in the early morning of 6 February 2015.
Amid the operation, officers completed a progression of focused attacks and proactive checks at different areas including shophouses, cafés and back-rear ways in the region of Geylang.
Barriers were additionally set up in the region of Geylang, as indicated by a facebook post by the Singapore Police Force.
78 ladies, matured somewhere around 17 and 52, were captured for bad habit related exercises, while 25 drivers were halted and tried for liquor utilization at the detour focuses.
Among the 25 drivers, 9 of them, all men matured somewhere around 25 and 57, fizzled the test and were captured for beverage driving.
The most astounding Breath Evidential Analyser (BEA) test result was 56 microgrammes of liquor for each 100 milliliters of breath, which is more than the recommended lawful cutoff of 35 microgrammes of liquor for every 100 milliliters of breath.