SINGAPORE - A 41-year-old woman was arrested on Monday (Sept 11) for threatening her husband with a pair of scissors, after they got into a dispute over a tube of toothpaste.

Police told The Straits Times they were alerted to a case of criminal intimidation in at Hougang Avenue 10, at 8.53am.

The woman was identified by Shin Min Daily News as Yu Hong Hong, a Chinese national who was recently granted Singapore citizenship.

The Straits Times understands that the dispute arose when the couple's Myanmar maid asked Yu's husband if she could use their toothpaste.

She subsequently approached her husband while holding a pair of scissors and threatened him.

He managed to push her away. Yu then called the police, who arrested her for criminal intimidation.

According to Shin Min, she is currently out on bail.

Police investigations are ongoing. – The Straits Times/Asia News Network

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