Woman resists arrest, bites cop in Geylang raid

Woman resists arrest, bites cop in Geylang raid

SINGAPORE - Stomp reported that a woman tried to resist police arrest in a Geylang raid and even bit a police officer four times.

According to Shin Min Daily News, the police conducted the raid at about 10am Tuesday (Jul 15) to flush out vice-related activities at the shophouses along Lorong 24 Geylang.

Shin Min was alerted to the raid by a reader who saw police officers in plainclothes arresting the woman. There were around 40 to 50 onlookers at the scene.

Lee, a 50-year-old taxi driver, said he saw plainclothes police officers conducting the raid and immediately took pictures of the woman who was engaged in a tussle with the police officers with his phone.

The woman who assaulted the police officer tried to escape in a car, and two police officers chased her for 50 metres.

11 women from Vietnam were arrested in this raid.

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