Three Singaporean men were charged on Saturday (7 Feb) for various offences that took place at a Thaipusam procession on Tuesday.
Ramachandra Chandramohan,32, faces seven charges, the most among the three, including behaving in a disorderly manner and voluntarily causing hurt to a police officer. He was also asked to surrender his passport.
Meanwhile, Jaya Kumar Krishnasamy, 28, faces three charges including voluntarily obstructing a police officer in the discharge of his public functions.
Also charged today was 33-year-old Gunasegaran Rajendran. He faces two charges which include behaving in a disorderly conduct and with the deliberate intention to wound the religious feelings of a police officer.
All three were represented in court by the same lawyer. Their cases have been adjourned and all three are currently out on bail and will appear again in court on Mar 6.