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SINGAPORE – A Singaporean teenager conspired with an American man to commit fraud against Microsoft by making false warranty claims in order to obtain 56 laptops worth US$143,144 (S$192,900).
The accused, now 20, claimed that the laptops were sold off and that he used the proceeds to buy Bitcoin but “lost everything” after the price of Bitcoin plummeted in 2018.
SINGAPORE – A National University of Singapore (NUS) graduate, who returned to his alma mater in January 2019, trespassed into a female student’s hostel room and stole her sex toy as he felt aroused when he saw it.
Products specialist Chua Chang Rong, now 27, trespassed into the woman’s room again on July 18 that year and returned it.
SINGAPORE – A man was fined $2,500 on Tuesday (May 4) after pleading guilty to knocking down a personal mobility device (PMD) rider with his car.
Simon Chua Heng Huat, 52, was also disqualified from driving for 11 months.
The court heard that Chua was driving along Upper Paya Lebar Road on June 14, 2019. His wife was in the passenger seat beside him.
“JAIL FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER WHO REPEATEDLY PERFORMED INDECENT ACTS ON HIS UNDERAGE FEMALE STUDENT”
SINGAPORE – A secondary school teacher who believed that one of his underage female students had a crush on him flirted with the 15-year-old girl before hugging and kissing her 10 days later.
The pair later started seeing each other, and he pressured the minor to be physically intimate with him.
SINGAPORE – The judge who sentenced an NUS student to probation on a molestation charge has made clear that probation should not be seen as a “soft option”.
SINGAPORE – A man who adopted his daughter when she was an infant began molesting her when she was six years old, after her kindergarten graduation ceremony.
SINGAPORE – The 14-year-old told another teacher about the incident only about a month later, saying the man had touched and kissed her without her consent and made her uncomfortable.
SINGAPORE – Dr Lim Boon Leng, a psychiatrist at Dr BL Lim Centre For Psychological Wellness, said that in the few weeks after a victim is molested, she might experience anxiety attacks and nightmares.
SINGAPORE – A year later, when the woman and her ex-schoolmate were in the same university, the ex-schoolmate remembered how he was told by her that they should stop being friends, but he still wanted to try to get close to her again.