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TWO MORE PERVERTS GET JAIL FOR TAKING UPSKIRT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

Chinese national and former engineer Gu Wei Wei, 29 was jailed for 6 weeks after admitting to two counts of taking an upskirt video for a woman at a Cold Storage supermarket at Kovan Heartland Mall in April. Gu, a Singapore PR, had placed his iPhone in a plastic bag and slit a horizontal opening at the side of it. He positioned the camera upwards, leaning it against the opening and set it to video recording mode.

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MAN SEXUALLY ASSAULTS WOMAN AFTER SHE FOILED HIS ROBBERY ATTEMPT

Singh, who had absconded from the Reformative Training Centre at the time, was cycling in the vicinity of Serangoon Gardens, looking for victims to rob when he spotted the woman. The Chinese national was walking home using her usual route after work. He followed her into a back alley of Worthing Road beside Kensington Park Condominium, got down from his bicycle and ran towards her, brandishing a foldable Swiss army knife.

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CHINESE NATIONAL FINED $1K FOR SECURITY SCARE AT HOUGANG MRT

The man who became the first person arrested this year for leaving his luggage bag unattended at an MRT station, have been fined the maximum $1,000 for causing annoyance to the public. Construction worker Wang Jianpo, a 39 year old Chinese national, pleaded guilty to the offence on Friday.

Wang, who is a construction worker, had been working in Singapore for at least five years, triggered the security alert on 2 April after he left a blue luggage bag unattended at the far end of the train platform at Hougang MRT station. The court understands that the luggage was collected from his friend at Buangkok Crescent earlier that day before he headed for Hougang MRT station. For some reason, Wang decided to leave the luggage bag behind while he went to Chinatown to run some errands. The luggage was eventually found to contain only household items.

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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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NETIZEN SUSPECTS PRC MAN TARGETING CHILDREN @ WATERWAY POINT

According to Geok Pei, at 9.30PM last Monday, her husband was approached by a Chinese man on the pretext of asking how to use a Burger Up ordering kiosk, all this while hovering dangerously close to her children. He rejected the China man when he asked Geok Pei's husband to help buy food for him from the kiosk, which was located far from the table where he and his children were seated.

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