A Maid In Singapore Was Arrested For Throwing A Wheelchair And Other Items From 2nd Floor

The incident happened on Friday.

Cover image via Shin Min Daily News

In an incident that took place on Friday, 19 January, a 31-year-old maid was arrested for throwing items including a wheelchair from a flat on the second floor in Singapore's Ang Mo Kio Avenue 9

According to a report in Stomp, the maid, who is said to Indonesian, was seen throwing several items from the kitchen window of the second-storey unit at Block 623.

Among the items, she threw out a rice cooker, a kettle, pots, pans, clothing items including a laundry pole that was hanging outside the window.

Image via Stomp

According to Shin Min Daily News, the 31-year-old maid reportedly threw out more than 40 items within a duration of an hour


Posted by Shin Min Daily News on Saturday, 20 January 2018

While there was a group of 20 people gathered at the block, luckily no one was injured in the incident, which was captured in a video

Domestic helper tossing items out of flat

WATCH: The assortment of items tossed out of a second-floor flat in Ang Mo Kio by a domestic helper who has since been arrested.

Posted by Channel NewsAsia on Friday, 19 January 2018

The above incident took place days after a 15-year-old boy was killed by a chair that was thrown off a flat in Pantai Dalam:

Prior to which, a woman was caught throwing out heavy pieces of junk from the fourth floor of a Shah Alam flat: