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Sports Hub investigates complaints about security staff conduct at K-pop concert

Sports Hub investigates complaints about security staff conduct at K-pop concert

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Fans at the K-pop boyband Wanna One's concert had accused security staff of aggressive behaviour - including pulling hair and ripping up tickets - in upholding a no photo-taking policy.
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Fans accused security staff of actions that included pulling hair and ripping up tickets

Organisers of a K-pop concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium last week are investigating complaints that security personnel manhandled some concert-goers.

Fans at the K-pop boyband Wanna One's concert last Friday had accused security staff of aggressive behaviour - including pulling hair and ripping up tickets - in upholding a no photo-taking policy.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 18, 2018, with the headline 'Sports Hub investigates K-pop event complaints'. Print Edition | Subscribe Topics:
  • MUSIC
  • K-POP
  • CONCERTS

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