Odd-job worker charged over spitting incident at Woodlands bus interchange

Odd-job worker Juraimi Kamaludin, whose alleged spitting in the faces of two women at a bus interchange on Tuesday was caught on video, was ordered to be remanded at the Institute of Mental Health for a psychiatric evaluation on Friday.

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Police arrest man involved in spitting incident

SINGAPORE - Police have arrested a 47-year-old man in connection with the spitting incident at the Woodlands Bus Interchange.

According to a post on the Singapore Police Force (SPF) Facebook page, the man will be charged in Court tomorrow for Public Nuisance (under Section 290 of the Penal Code) and other offences.

In the video, the man was seen spitting on a woman after commuters reprimanded him for jumping a bus queue.

Transport company SMRT said in a statement yesterday that its staff had alerted the police to the incident.

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