Jail for woman who ‘sold’ kittens on Facebook and cheated buyers of S$3,000

Jail for woman who ‘sold’ kittens on Facebook and cheated buyers of S$3,000

21/6/2021 10:03:00 AM

Jail for woman who ‘sold’ kittens on Facebook and cheated buyers of S$3,000

SINGAPORE — A woman, who cheated several victims of money after she promised to give them kittens or a room to rent, was sentenced to three months and five weeks’ jail on Monday (June 21).

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NDP to proceed but Mindef to review scale and safe management measures: Lawrence Wong

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