Are Singaporean women getting fiercer and more violent? RazorTV talked to people on the streets for their views.
In a recent incident, a female undergrad punched, head-butted and even bit police officers after she was escorted out of popular nightspot Zouk.
In the RazorTV video, an interviewee who claims that he has seen violent girls in club feels that women tend to be rather fierce when they do not get their way. Another male interviewee who has the same sentiment thinks that it is a rising trend as people are now moving towards gender equality, women tend to have louder voice and are more aggressive when it comes to their rights.
However, some interviewees feel that the female undergrad who attacked the police officers is an exceptional case.
"From the friends I know, they are not fierce. I don't see any of them beating anyone up or scolding anyone. Maybe they will raise their voice, but that's about it," says one of the interviewees.
STOMPer IUIU who watched the RazorTV video wrote:
"I do see some Singapore aunties quarrelling and fighting on public transports, but generally speaking, I don't think Singapore women are getting fiercer.
"Perhaps we are just more vocal compared to women in the past as women nowadays are more highly educated and able to stand for their rights. And I don't consider that as being fierce.
"I don't think most Singapore women would resort to physical violence to the extent of beating police officers."
Watch the video from RazorTV:
Singaporean women getting fiercer!