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Police issue stern warnings to condo resident who verbally abused security guard, 4 others for harassing the resident

SINGAPORE — Police have issued stern warnings to the man who verbally abused a security guard at his condominium, as well as to four others for harassing the man after a video clip of the incident went viral on social media.

The video of Mr Ramesh Erramalli, 44, a resident of Eight Riversuites Condominium, verbally abusing a security guard at the condominium went viral in October last year.

The video of Mr Ramesh Erramalli, 44, a resident of Eight Riversuites Condominium, verbally abusing a security guard at the condominium went viral in October last year.

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SINGAPORE — Police have issued stern warnings to the man who verbally abused a security guard at his condominium, as well as to four others for harassing the man after a video clip of the incident went viral on social media.

The video of Mr Ramesh Erramalli, 44, a resident of Eight Riversuites Condominium, verbally abusing a security guard at the condominium went viral in October last year.

In a statement on Friday (Jan 17), the police said that investigations against Mr Erramalli have concluded and in consultation with the Attorney-General’s Chambers, a stern warning was issued to him for "intentionally causing harassment" to the security guard.

Police also launched investigations into threatening messages sent to Mr Erramalli in the aftermath of the incident — a few of which threatened him and his family with death, violence and rape.

This was despite Mr Erramalli expressing his wish not to pursue the matter, the police added.

Two men, aged 41 and 47, were given stern warnings for causing intentional harassment while two other men, aged 19 and 56, were given a 12-month conditional warning for threatening Mr Errammalli and his family with death and violence.

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