A man who was too drunk to queue for the restroom in a bar allegedly cut another patron with broken glass when the latter attempted to intervene.
The incident occurred on May 22 at about 1.15 a.m. at Drunk Skunk, a bar on Circular Road, according to Shin Min Daily News.
The bar manager of Drunk Skunk told the Chinese evening daily that the 52-year-old Caucasian man was on a night out with three other companions.
According to the 42-year-old bar manager, the man caused a commotion after refusing to queue for the restroom when he clearly had too much to drink.
“After breaking free from his friend, he picked up two glasses from the table and smashed them,” the bar manager explained, adding that the drunk man allegedly cut the arm of a man who approached him.
They also stated: “When police arrived, a 52-year-old man was allegedly drunk and causing public annoyance. The man allegedly swung at a 47-year-old man with a broken glass cup, causing a superficial cut on his left elbow.
“When the officers approached him, he was uncooperative and refused to provide his information. The man allegedly began raising his voice and making vulgar and racist remarks to the officers on the scene.
“Despite repeated warnings from officers, the man refused to comply and resisted arrest. Force was used to restrain him.”
The man was arrested for voluntarily causing harm through dangerous means and using threatening language against a public servant.
The younger man had previously sustained minor injuries and refused to be taken to the hospital.
He drunk man allegedly smashed a glass cup to use as a weapon, injuring another man’s arm.
He also accused the officers of “assault”.
The video ends with the man apparently being pinned to the ground.