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"Samura Man" Wearing a Sword on Board Singapore Subway



A subway commuter in Singapore is facing the prospect of five years in jail plus flogging for wielding a sword on board a train while dressed in samurai attire.

The man who drew a samurai sword on an MRT train is identifed as Peter Chua Teck Choon.

A 39-year-old pugilist who teaches swordfighting at a martial arts school near Lavender MRT station, was charged on Tuesday for possessing a scheduled weapon under Section 7(1)(a) of the Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act.

He was also remanded at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) pending a psychiatric evaluation.

On Monday, while dressed partially in a samurai outfit and carrying a sheathed sword, he reportedly jumped the fare gate at Paya Lebar MRT station. Chua was later photographed wielding a drawn blade inside a train while fellow passengers standing behind security officers gave him a wide berth.

Watch more images of the samurai man in action below:



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