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17 men, aged 15-57, arrested for allegedly being unlawful societies members after nightlife establishments raided

A total of 17 men, aged between 15 and 57, were arrested for being suspected members of unlawful societies, the police said on Sep. 16. 

Joint enforcement operations islandwide were carried out by police officers from the Secret Societies Branch of the Criminal Investigation Department and seven Police Land Divisions at nightlife establishments between Aug. 20 and Sep. 12.

Checks were conducted on 543 people in total.

Four food and beverage outlets were also found to have allegedly breached Covid-19 safe management measures. 

The outlets are Beer Belly Lok Lok Bar at 11 Irving Place, Oh My Bistro at 9 Yio Chu Kang Road, Chips Cafe and Pub, and Ocean Star Bar & Grill.

Beer Belly Lok Lok Bar located at 11 Irving Place #03-01

‘Oh My Bistro’ located at 9 Yio Chu Kang Road #01-12

Safe distancing enforcement officers from the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Singapore Food Agency, Enterprise Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board and the Housing and Development Board…

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