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UPDATE: Workplace abuse victim goes to police

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A man on the receiving end of an alleged attack by a co-worker – all of which was caught on camera – has reported the incident to police.

Police confirmed to Channel News Asia a report in regards to the incident was lodged by the 29-year-old victim.

The video documenting a man hitting another man in the workplace went viral yesterday after it was uploaded to YouTube. It has since been taken down, but is still making the rounds online.

It is understood the video was taken by an intern at the company.

A spokesperson from the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) confirmed the intern was one of their students, CNA reported. In the interest of the student, he has been pulled from his internship with the company.

The company is still yet to be named.

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said it had been in touch with the intern and urged any other victims of workplace abuse to report any incidents to police.

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