The think, a 20-year-old man, may be charged on Monday with intentionally hurting someone with lethal weapons.
Three of the five recipients of , the Public Spiritedness Award for their bravery, described the episode that took place during a press conference that the authorities held on Sunday to provide more information about the incident.
For Mr. Mok, it started shortly after he finished working as a cleaner at Margaret Drive’s stalls center.
He was “happily” strolling alongside a dozen hawkers, their spouses, the Margaret Drive Hawker’s Association president, and some grassroots activists at the Queenstown Community Centre when he noticed people yelling and rushing in his direction.
Then he noticed Mr  and Gangatharan following closely behind a younger man approaching the party while brandishing an aircraft.
Business development executive Mr  Gangatharan stated:” I heard folks shouting, then I turned back to look, and I saw this guy running with a helicopter, only chasing people.” He had just left the Sheng Siong mall at around 7 p.m.
The suspect began rotating his helicopter as he drew near Mr. Mok and his team.
He had a helicopter in his palm, Mr. Mok said, as I turned round. It’s very late, so I tried to eject the chair from the room.
The Margaret Drive Hawker’s Association president suffered a modest wound at the back of his head, Mr. Mok continued.
Mr. Mok, Mr , Gangatharan & NBPSP, and two other people gave chase after being put into action. They yelled at the think to quit and at onlookers to move away from danger.
Mr. Ee heard the commotion but was unable to respond in day because the suspect approached from behind him and severed his right shoulder.
Unfazed, Mr. Ee joined the pursuit as well.