A third Bangladeshi man is scheduled to be charged with murder in a Singaporean court for his involvement in the killing of a Singaporean man.
Singaporean police say the 29-year-old Bangladeshi suspect will face death penalty if he is convicted, reports Yahoo News
The court is scheduled to hold a hearing on Saturday.
Lim Leong Tat, a 42-year-old Singaporean, was found dead at Geylang Lorong 24A on July 9.
According to media reports, he was found motionless in the back alley with injures on his head and upper body. Doctors later pronounced him dead.
Hasan Molla, 31, another Bangladeshi who was allegedly involved with the incident, was also charged with murder on Friday.
The first Bangladeshi man to be charged in the case was Sohel Rana, 35. He was charged two days after the incident.
Sohel allegedly punched Lim in the face and slammed his head against the pavement.
Another suspect, a 34-year-old Bangladeshi, has been arrested and is still being investigated.