Man arrested for allegedly causing hurt to hotel employee

Man arrested for allegedly causing hurt to hotel employee
Hotel staff restraining the man who allegedly hit a female employee.

A 31-year-old man was arrested on Friday night after he allegedly assaulted an employee of Conrad Centennial Singapore in front of the hotel's main entrance, and had to be pinned down by hotel staff when he tried to escape.

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According to the Police, officers received a call at about 8.25pm alerting them to the incident.

A man in his 30s was arrested for voluntarily causing grievous hurt and rash act.

The victim, a woman in her 30s, was conveyed while still conscious to the Singapore General Hospital.

Police say investigations are ongoing.

Previous report from Stomp:

SINGAPORE - A hotel staff was seen using martial arts to take down an aggressive man, before he was able to hold him down with the help of a few other colleagues.

Stomp contributor Linda saw a female employee lying unconscious on the driveway of a hotel in Temesak Boulevard, and other hotel staff chasing after and subsequently restraining a man at sidewalk nearby.

She saw the incident while having dinner at a restaurant across the road from the hotel.

Linda elaborates:

"My husband and I were having dinner at Outback steakhouse in millennia walk when we saw a commotion across the driveway at Conrad Hotel.

"A Caucasian man ran out of the hotel followed by five or six hotel staff.

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