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  1. @Mockngbrd has trained his hornYbill well https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2989561884505703&extid=4HyjeGz3cg7bIpFE https://www.facebook.com/mustsharenews/videos/2989561884505703
  2. Want to go JB but scared your car kena stolen? Maybe should do this too. This is a brand new Volkswagen T5 Sportline. https://carbuzz.com/news/rust-wraps-are-the-best-way-to-trick-casual-carjackers
  3. Former RWS casino dealer stole chips worth at least S$77,000, bought branded goods Sources: https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/former-rws-casino-dealer-stole-chips-worth-least-s77000-bought-branded-goods SINGAPORE — A former dealer at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) casino took at least S$77,000 worth of S$1,000 cash chips, asked a friend to help him cash some of them out, and used the money to buy luxury goods for himself and his girlfriend. His spending spree included a Breitling watch worth almost S$6,000, a pair of Balenciaga shoes and a pouch, and S$400 Chanel earrings. He also bought an Apple iPad mini and an iPhone. On Thursday (June 20), Ding Zhipeng, a Chinese national, was sentenced to nine months and six weeks’ jail and fined S$12,000. The 28-year-old pleaded guilty in the State Courts to one charge of criminal breach of trust, one charge under the Casino Control Act and one charge under the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Crimes (Confiscation of Benefits) Act. Thirteen similar charges were taken into consideration for sentencing. The court heard that Ding had been employed at RWS since July 2017, and looked after casino cash chips kept in the float — that is, trays where the chips were kept — of his assigned gaming tables. He began stealing casino cash chips from the float sometime in May or June 2018, when there were no patrons at his gaming table. His offences were finally discovered on Nov 12, 2018, when a surveillance operator spotted Ding taking S$1,000 cash chips from the float. The operator then called the police. Officers seized 72 chips and S$3,000 in cash from Ding’s rental room when they searched it later that evening. He surrendered another two chips that he had kept inside his pants when he was arrested. Deputy Public Prosecutor Tay Jia En noted that Ding had misappropriated a large amount over an extended period of time. He showed premeditation by stealing the chips when his supervisor was not looking, the prosecutor added, and he used a friend to cash out the chips as he would attract suspicion by doing it himself. In mitigation, Ding’s lawyer John Koh told the court that his client was stressed and “resorted to improper channels to make extra money”, while working long hours to make money for his family back in China. Most of the money was eventually recovered as well, Mr Koh added.
  4. years ago, remember rx300 and rav4 are favourites amongst car thieves in m'sia. with growing affluence, more and more s classes, and supercars like lambo, ferrari are on the road. do car thieves prefer to target japanese suv because it is in higher demand and perhaps lack the sophisticated security features of german cars or do they like to target luxury cars. this review may be useful to anyone who is driving to malaysia
  5. Prof gets 1-year probation for stealing hostelite's undies By Elena Chong AN ASSOCIATE professor at a China university was placed on 12 months' probation on Monday for theft of women's undergarments. Lee Wing Foon, 39, pleaded guilty in February to three counts of stealing brassieres and panties from three students at Nanyang Technological University on Dec 20 last year. The value of the stolen items was $153. Lee, who is suffering from fetishism, a sexual disorder, was caught at around 9.40pm that day when an NTU security officer saw him loitering at a hall of residence carrying a black bag. He was detained and taken to the security post where his bag was found to contain two bras and a panty belonging to a 21-year-old student. He had earlier stolen clothings and undergarments from the same hall when he drove there. He then placed the two 19-year-olds' bras and panties in a plastic bag in his car. Community Court Judge James Leong had called for a pre-sentence report which recommended probation for Lee. His lawyer, Mr Jose Charles, had earlier tendered a psychiatric report which said Lee had committed the offences as a result of his urges, work and marital stress. Under the probation order, Lee cannot leave the country for work beyond seven days on each occasion without first getting the permission of his probation officer. He has to attend psychiatric treatment and follow-up regularly, as well as specific treatment programme to address his condition. Lee had told the court that he was still doing work in China and would consult the probation officer if he was needed over there. Judge Leong said it was imperative that he undergo the period of probation without any problem. If he breaches his probation, he would be brought back to court to be sentenced for the original offences. Lee thanked the judge after the probation order. Two charges of fraudulently having a total of 544 pieces of underwear and apparel believed to have been stolen were considered during his sentencing. He could have been jailed for up to three years or fined, or both, for each charge of theft. http://www.straitstimes.com/Latest%2...ry_224703.html yay!! he gets 12 months of probation aka holiday but no free food and lodging!
  6. A 17 year old Malay teenager stole a private bus at Woodlands Industrial Park E3 yesterday morning at 9am and took the bus for a 155km joyride around Singapore - CCK, AMK, Toa Payoh, Yishun, Boon Lay, Whampoa, Telok Kurau, East Coast Park, Jurong East, Corporation Road, Kian Teck Road and Bukit Batok. An employee of the bus company only discovered the bus missing at 2pm. Luckily the bus has a GPS installed and the location of the bus tracked down very quickly. The bus was eventually recovered at a bus stop along Bukit Batok. . News from xin ming 17岁少年涉嫌偷窃私人巴士“环岛游”,驾了巴士6小时,全岛东西南北都走透透,从兀兰先后经过宏茂桥、东海岸、文礼、裕廊东等区,“环岛游”将近155公里,最终才在武吉巴督落网! 这起事件发生在昨早9时,地点是兀兰工业区E3的一家私人巴士车厂。涉嫌偷车案件的是一名17岁的马来少年。 据了解,少年早上9时从兀兰车厂出发,沿途经过义顺、宏茂桥、黄埔、直落古楼、东海岸公园大道、大巴窑、蔡厝港、文礼、顺利、武吉巴督、兀兰、裕廊东、建德路、企业路,并最终停靠在武吉巴督中路的巴士站。这旅程相信至少有155公里长。 记者联络上驾驶这辆巴士司机卓先生(55岁)。他告诉记者,他下午2时要出车到小印度发现巴士不翼而飞,于是立即通过全球定位系统(GPS)寻找巴士行踪。“我发现巴士在裕廊一带的建德路出现,和老板各自开着私家车找失窃巴士。” 完整报道,请翻阅09.03.2015《新明日报》 Real life GTA!
  7. A judge has come down hard on an 18-year-old accused of stealing part of the wreckage of Paul Walker's crashed Porsche following the accident that claimed the actor's life last year. Teenager Jameson Witty of Tujunga, California was sentenced to six months in jail on Thursday for the unconscionable act, after he and the second youth involved took a plea bargain. His 25-year-old accomplice, who lives outside of the state, is expected to be delivered the same fate when his sentencing takes place in October. The two young men were caught on camera picking off parts of the wreckage of the Porsche Carrera GT at around 10pm on the evening of November 30, 2013, after the tow truck removing it from the scene in Santa Clarita, California stopped at a set of traffic lights. Apparently hoping to cash in on the father-of-one's horrific death, the act was deemed heartless by many of the Fast & Furious star's fans. Having seen what happened, the tow truck driver headed straight for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station, where he made a statement. It read: 'At one point the driver of the tow truck stopped at the red light E/B Newhall Ranch Road at McBean Parkway. A witness saw a male exit a vehicle that was following the tow truck. The male grabbed a piece of the wrecked Porsche off the tow truck bed. The male drove away with the stolen vehicle part.' Witty was held in lieu of $20,000 bond and the sheriffs recommended charges of grand theft and tampering with evidence. Of course, the 40-year-old wasn't the only one to perish in the fiery crash, which shocked the world. His long-time friend Roger Rodas, who was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident, also died on impact when the high-powered sports car spun out of control while driving around a corner, crashing into a concrete light polo and several trees before going up in flames. With Paul in the middle of filming the seventh installment in the hit action movie franchise at the time of his death, his brothers Cody and Caleb were brought in to help finish off his scenes, along with the use of CGI effects. Filming wrapped up just last month after production was delayed while the cast and crew came to grips with their loss and extensive rewrites were made. The film will hit cinemas on April 3 next year.
  8. Source: http://therealsingapore.com/content/video-dear-trs-prcs-are-now-trying-steal-cars-singapore I used brackets (PRC?) in the topic because this is not confirmed, and writer shouldn't have jumped to conclusions. Also, I am wondering why the car alarm did not trigger if someone is trying to pry open the door?
  9. This is soooooooooooo......... COOL !!
  10. By Elena Chong A man who stole a total of eight iPads worth $6,824 from the Police Technology Department was jailed for three months on Monday. Yap Bao Fa, 27, was working as a senior support officer in the Singapore Police Force when he stole from the headquarters at Irrawaddy Road . He admitted to three counts of theft involving four iPads between Aug 16 and Sept 10 last year. The remaining four charges were taken into consideration. The court heard that he was authorised to access the secure metal cabinet at the Police Technology Department where new Apple iPads were stored. He had to scan his staff card and key a password into the Key Management System to open the "key press'' to retrieve the keys. When a number of iPads were found missing from the cabinet on Sept 10, a check of the access log records of the "key press'' showed that Yap had accessed it to get the key to the cabinet a number of times. Three iPads worth $2,559 were recovered. He could have been jailed for up to seven years and fined on each charge. http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/...rtment-20130715
  11. :D on a serious note, a malaysian rider got podium in last week's race
  12. I thought all the remote control keys are unique, no?? When I request for extra keys, they car agents always tell me that they need send the request to HQ and duplicate the keys in their car factory. --------------- AsiaOne Tue, Jun 28, 2011 SINGAPORE - Police from Central Police Division yesterday arrested a 38-year-old man for allegedly stealing about $330 worth of cash cards and valuables from vehicles in the vicinity of Beach Road. It is believed he used a master key to unlock at least three cars at an open-air car park. He stole cash cards amounting to $150, a GPS also valued at $150 and $30 worth of parking coupons. The suspect was arrested at 3pm at Pending Road. He will be charged in court on Wednesday, June 29 for theft. If convicted he could face a maximum sentence of three years jail or with fine or both. dassa@sph.com.sg
  13. have you seen drivers like this behave in public car park stealing water from locked water tap and fire hyrant to wash their car? anyway to stop them? or should just allow them to use it since its the govt lost and not ours?
  14. just a warning to all forumers, i found several scratch marks near my petrol cap originally i thought i scratched my own car while pumping fuel but i noticed that all the scratch marks only appear on the opening side of the fuel cap + at different angles next time round i'm going to park closer to the wall. can't believe fuel also ppl wanna steal, $2 per liter, motorbikes only have a 12L capacity right? steal also how much can they earn? $10? but scratch my car i'll have to pay upwards of $200 to respray the entire panel!
  15. Stinktel and Stuckhub have gotten the rights for the World Cup..... SingTel, StarHub secure World Cup football broadcast rights Posted: 07 May 2010 1719 hrs Photos 1 of 1 SINGAPORE: SingTel and StarHub have secured the broadcast rights to the 2010 FIFA World Cup to be held in South Africa. They will offer all 64 matches 'live' across their platforms.
  16. Father Tim Jones -- a parish priest in York, England who advised vulnerable people to shoplift -- has defended his remarks, arguing that those abandoned by society often had no choice but to turn to crime. LONDON (AFP) -
  17. Do malaysian steal their own country car or they just steal foreigners car?
  18. Leepee

    $23,000 borrow,beg,steal

    What is the legal way to obtain $23k in Singapore? I have a friend who need this amount to repay some perosnal debt, by year end. 1) Applying for few credit overdraft is one solution. But which ones are recommended? 2) Take up a renovation loan? How to pakart with the contractor? 3) Buy a car and sell it away in JB? Anyone knows of a legit method, but will incure minimum interest rates?
  19. On average, especially on Monday blues, how much office time do you 'allocate' for surfing MCF? Hehe be honest....
  20. If today is World Stealing Day what would you steal from your best friend? Share your answers with MCFers
  21. I just received this email: Greetings, I'm Mr. Robert Trung Yen, Head Auditor, Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV), A reputable bank in Vietnam I write you this brief letter in good faith to seek for your partnership in a very lucrative business worth $35.5 Million USD with my bank. If interested, respond by sending your full contact info to my personal email address below: chinghhsu5@yahoo.com.tw Note: your response to this email indicating your interest to collaborate with me on this transaction must be sent DIRECTLY to my personal email address above else I might not receive it, this is due to the fact that my personal email account above is more often checked. Upon your swift response I immediately will furnish you with more information about the business. Respectfully, Mr. Robert Trung Yen Personal Email: chinghhsu5@yahoo.com.tw
  22. hi guys, just sharing my encounter and letting off some steam, at the same time asking for some advice... went for ICT today and when booking out, realised my rims got some paint chipped off which i haven't noticed, initially thought it was carelessness when i went to spray my callipers but that was sometime back liao... upon careful inspection, i found that all my 4 rims kena and even 1 nut was missing from 1 wheel! 1 rim kena so bad that i don't think it could be me or the guy who sprayed my callipers cos he's very pro... drove around but not many shops open, went to autobacs but pricey and no designs i like so asked mechanic for a free nut in case my wheel fly off! Damage: Missing Nut: Before Damage: Think they are not out to vandalise as my car is fine, only rims damaged... clearly these people are amateurs lah, don't have the tools still want to steal, damaged liao also nobody wants what... Advice Needed: 1. where's a good place to repair rims? i only know sze kang.. 2. any recommendation where to buy new rims? Preferably one that opens till late as me on ICT for next 10 days... love this set of rims, thinking of repairing but will need to drive so most prob get another set. 3. any security system that can record video? besides new rims, i also want justice!!! My Own Advice: 1. In a carpark, park next to pillar close close so that wheel cannot be accessed. think that way won't be targeted for theft, vandalism bo pian lah! 2. If you love your rims, maybe can invest in those nuts which normal tools cannot unscrew. again, not foolproof as they may matching tool! My only console: my rims quite chio lah har, if not won't be targeted! My carpark got SLK, BMW, Golf GTi, Swift Sport, wondering if they got wheels to drive this morning man!
  23. hansomedonkey to the rescue!