A group of Chinese workers from the other worksite under Boon Guan Constructions alleged that the Caucasian also barged into their site that same Saturday morning.

"He kicked open the wooden door (of our workplace), and started brandishing an iron rod he had picked up from our site. He shouted loudly to tell us to stop work," claimed a Chinese national, who declined to give his name.

Four residents along Wimborne Road told TNP that the expatriate has "a foul temper". Not wanting any trouble from him later, they agreed to be interviewed only if they were not identified.

One neighbour claimed to have seen him storming towards the worksite "a few times, shouting at the top of his voice".

When asked if the noise from the construction were annoying them, the neighbours said no, as they have become used to it.

The spokesman for Unison Constructions said a police report was filed last Thursday, the same day the clip was uploaded on Stomp.

Police confirmed the report and said they are currently investigating the matter. TNP waited at Wimborne Road on Monday night until the man returned, and approached him for his side of the story.

In a very calm and polite manner, he said he was sorry the TNP team had waited so long for him but declined to comment on the matter.

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