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MALAYSIAN MAN CAME TO SG TO FILM UPSKIRTS OF WOMEN IN MRT STATIONS

Phang arrived in Singapore on May 5, but it was only on May 24 that he was caught by a man who saw him behaving suspiciously at Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station. He had noticed Phang looking around before taking a few steps up the escalator to stand behind a woman. Phang then slid open the lid covering the camera lens of his mobile phone, and placed it under the skirt of the woman, intending to insult her modesty. The upskirt video lasted about 40 seconds.

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WOULD BE ROLEX ROBBER SCARED OFF BY SOUND OF THUNDER

An unemployed Malaysian man who had financial problems, resorted to trying to steal a Rolex watch on February this year, using a knife to threaten the woman owner at Hillview Road. The man, Patrick Sim Lung Ann, told the woman to hand over her $3,200 Rolex watch while holding the knife to her.

However, before he could get the watch, he was frightened off by the nearby sound of thunder, and ran off, while the victim shouted for help. The 36 year old Sim was yesterday sentenced to 30 months in jail and 6 strokes of the cane. Sim had actually managed to escape to Malaysia via the Woodlands Checkpoint at night on the same day, but was arrested three months later when he tried to reenter Singapore. Sim was previously worked as a fruit stall assistant in Singapore, but lost his job in January this year.

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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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