SINGAPORE – The services of the security agency at Eight Riversuites condominium in Whampoa, where a resident had verbally abused a security officer over the Deepavali weekend, have been terminated.
When The Straits Times visited the condominium on Friday (Nov 1), security officers from K H Security Agency had been replaced with those from a new agency, donning a different set of uniforms.
ST understands that the new agency is Alpine Security.
When contacted about the change in security agency, the condominium’s managing agent Melana International declined to comment. K H Security Agency also declined comment.
Resident Jessica Wong, 21, told ST that she disagreed with the move to replace the security agency if it was a result of the recent incident.
The first-year student at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts said: “I think this is such a bad move because the resident instead of the security agency should have taken responsibility for the matter. After all, the guard was only trying to ensure our safety.”
A resident in his 30s, who wanted to be known only as Mr Miguel, said the move, if it was a result of the recent incident, would seem a bit extreme.
“I haven’t talked to the man in the video myself but the conflict seemed to be on him rather than the security officer,” he said.
Additional reporting by Clement Yong
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