Man caught on camera smashing door

Man caught on camera smashing door
A man who appears to be drunk, smashed the glass door of wine shop, KOT Selections, in Neil Road, on 23 March 2014 night. His actions were caught on the closed circuit television (CCTV) camera. The shop owner has posted the video on social media to expose the vandal.

SINGAPORE - A wine shop partner who went to work on Monday morning and found his shop's glass door smashed, has posted a video on social media exposing the vandal.

Mr Ong Yixin, 34, managing partner of KOT Selections, said he was shocked and worried when he first found the door broken and shattered glass all over the floor of the Neil Road shop.

Mr Ong studied the closed circuit television (CCTV) camera and saw a man going on a two-minute rampage outside the premises.

In the footage, the man, who appears to be drunk, is seen kicking three rubbish bins outside the shop at 11.53pm on Sunday.

He is unsteady and falls several times. A woman, who is with him, tries unsuccessfully to restrain him.

After he kicks a door, the man and woman leave the place a minute later at 11.54pm.

The incident was posted on Facebook on Tuesday by KOT Selections. As of Wednesday night, it had received over 200 shares.

Mr Ong, who got to the shop at 8.40am and found the main wooden door ajar, told The New Paper that they locked the wooden door every night. Presumably, the man had kicked it open.

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