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SECURITY FIRM SEEKS LEGAL ADVICE, F1 GATECRASHER RETRACTS BRIBERY CLAIMS

Facebook user Viv Smith posted a photo in a closed Formula 1 interest group on Sunday, showing a couple standing on the race track. The post read: "3am in the morning. Bribed the security guard to let us onto the track. He not only agreed, he took the photo. Non F1 fans won't understand this, but most of us will." Smith later retracted his claims, saying there was "no bribery, no corruption, no nothing". The couple was on the track when the gates were open, and had merely asked the guard to help take a photo of them, he wrote.

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EX RWS EXECUTIVE JAILED FOR CORRUPTION, GREED MAIN MOTIVATION

Ong was appealing on the grounds that the bribes were actually loans he had taken to repay the joint account that he shared with his wife. However, contrary to his claims, the evidence presented in the case showed that Ong was motivated by greed as both he and his wife were earning substantial salaries, and he had said he was never in financial difficulty.

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CHINA NATIONAL OFFERED DRIVING TESTER BRIBE TO GAIN DRIVING LICENCE

A Chinese National tried to bribe his driving tester $200 while taking his driving test, so that he can clear his test at the Singapore Safety Driving Centre in February this year.

For that, the Chinese National, Yang Qiang, 41, was sentenced to three weeks jail. He had offered the bribe to tester Noor Hafiz Abdul Aziz, but the tester refused the bribe and reported the matter to CPIB.

No news on whether Yang would also be banned from taking any sort of driving tests in Singapore forever. This kind of person should not even be allowed on Singapore roads for having the cheek to bribe in order to gain a driving licence.

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MAN JAILED ONE WEEK AND FINED $5K FOR TRYING TO BRIBE NEA OFFICER

For trying to bribe an NEA officer, a company director have been sentenced to one week's jail and a fine of $5,000. The company director, Ng Lam Siong, of Sin Lam Bee Sawmill, had offered S$50 to NEA officer, Mr Muhammad Kamil Mohamad Noh to report a fewer number of mosquito-breeding grounds at his company’s factory at 2 Sungei Kadut Street 3.

The NEA officer immediately rejected the bribe being offered, and the matter was later reported to the CPIB. Investigations had shown that Ng was trying to avoid a hefty fine, as this was not the first time that his company's premises were found to have spots that breed mosquitoes.

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MALAYSIAN JAILED FOR TRYING TO BRIBE TP $30

A Malaysian man working in Singapore has been reported to have been sentenced to four weeks jail for trying to bribe a Traffic Police officer. The man, Sang Jia Weng who was 30, offered the traffic Police officer a $30 bribe for him not to issue a traffic summons.

Sang was caught without his helmet strap secured while riding his motorcycle, while travelling along the BKE. The construction worker tried to plead for leniency, saying that he earns only S$80 a day and had not received any salary for several days. He also offered S$30 in "coffee money" to the Traffic Police officer, in return for not issuing a traffic summons. When the TP officer turned him down, he proceeded to stuff three $10 notes into the officer's pocket. Sang was immediately arrested.

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