People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook
People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook

Singapore expats who flouted circuit breaker rules fined up to US$6,400, work passes revoked

  • The six men and a woman pleaded guilty to gathering in two separate groups for drinks at Robertson Quay during coronavirus circuit breaker restrictions
  • Photos of them went viral and sparked public outcry. The judge said they ‘flagrantly breached’ laws for the ‘frivolous purpose of drinking and chatting’

Topic |   Coronavirus Singapore
People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook
People are seen outside a restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore in May, during the circuit breaker restrictions. Seven foreigners have been fined for flouting social distancing rules. Photo: Facebook
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