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INDONESIAN TRANSGENDER SPIT AT WOMAN AFTER CUTTING QUEUE AT BRUNO MARS CONCERT

Spitting in public is considered an offence in Singapore, and a recent incident outside the National Stadium on April 5 involved a woman being caught on camera spitting on someone in a queue for the Bruno Mars concert. The incident occurred after the woman was reportedly called out for cutting the queue. The woman, who has since been identified as an Indonesian transgender content creator named Una Dembler, has since apologized for her actions, claiming that she did not intend to cut the queue.

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The incident was captured in a TikTok video uploaded by Sabrinasimisai, who wrote in the caption that the woman had sat in front of a man who was in line in front of her. Sabrinasimisai and those around her stood up for the man, who was alone, and called out the woman for cutting the queue. The woman claimed that she was waiting for her friend, but Sabrinasimisai and the others told her that she could wait for her friend at the back of the queue.

Despite being called out, the woman did not move and eventually spat on Sabrinasimisai. In a follow-up video, Sabrinasimisai stated that she was not angry about the incident, but felt disrespected. She added that she had woken up early in the morning to queue for her spot in the standing pen, while the woman had not.

Dembler has since spoken up about the incident, stating that the video circulating online is not entirely true. She claimed that she was not in the queue and was merely waiting for her friend who had gone to the bathroom. She stated that she was unaware that she was standing so close to those who were queuing for the Bruno Mars concert and that she only spat at the person who threw rice at her.

However, Sabrinasimisai has disputed Dembler’s account of the incident, stating that she has yet to receive an apology for being spat on. The penalty for spitting in public in Singapore is a fine of up to $1,000 for a first offense, with the fine increasing for subsequent offenses.

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This incident highlights the importance of respecting queues and following proper etiquette in public spaces. It also serves as a reminder that actions have consequences, and that spitting in public is not only disrespectful but also illegal in Singapore.

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