Customers Vandalised A Porridge Eatery In Singapore Over Their RM86 Food Bill

They were upset with their "pricey" bill.

Cover image via Shin Min Daily News

Heng Long Teochew Porridge, a porridge restaurant along Upper Serangoon Road in Singapore, was vandalised by four customers who were reportedly "upset with their bill"

The scene after the vandalism at the eatery.

Image via Shin Min Daily News

According to The Straits Times, the incident occurred in the wee hours of Saturday morning, 27 May, as the eatery remains open from 10 am to 4:30 am. The customers, three men and a woman, were believed to be drunk.

Shin Min Daily News reported that the four customers had ordered porridge, Pomfret and several side dishes. The bill for which was SGD26 (RM86).

However, after seeing the food bill, they got into a heated argument with the staff.

The four drunk customers then tossed the dishes on the floor and flipped the marble-topped table, shattering it into pieces.

Still not done, they then picked up the wooden chairs in the restaurant and used them to smash the serving area, destroying the glass surfaces.

Before they left, they had completely vandalised the Upper Serangoon Road porridge eatery, with broken glass scattered over the floor, leaving the serving area in disarray.

Following the vandalism, the eatery staff called the police. But the group managed to leave before the cops arrived.

According to The Straits Times, no employees or customers were hurt in the incident. However, some customers left quickly without finishing their food.

The police have registered a case of mischief and are currently investigating it.

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