Police NSF, 20, allegedly obtained sexual services from social escorts in exchange for not reporting them
SINGAPORE — A full-time police national serviceman was charged on Thursday (Nov 24) for allegedly committing corruption offences.
Fahd Siddiqui, 20, had allegedly received sexual services from a social escort around Nov 1 at Robertson Quay Hotel.Copy to clipboard https://str.Telegram - Advertisement - Joelle King was crowned the women’s champion while Mohamed ElShorbagy bagged the men’s title at the end of an exciting week of squash action in the MARIGOLD Singapore Squash Open, with the finals played on 20 Nov, Sunday, at the iconic glass showcourt specially built for the tournament at the OCBC Arena.Hodlnaut's interim judicial managers - it said that prior to EY's appointment, about 25 per cent of Hodlnaut's assets were deployed on centralised exchanges.
In exchange, he did not take enforcement action against her, court documents stated.He also allegedly received sexual services from two social escorts around Nov 4 at Hotel Grand Pacific along Victoria Street for the same lack of action against them.Fahd Siddiqui, 20, was charged with two counts of corruption on Thursday.For his actions, Fahd faces two charges under Section 6(a) of the Prevention of Corruption Act.Englishman ElShorbagy, the world number three and 2017 world champion, enjoyed a smooth 3-0 (11-6, 11-6, 11-8) victory over reigning US Open champion Diego Elias of Peru to clinch his fourth title this season.No further details were mentioned in the court documents.On or around Nov 4, he allegedly tried to obtain sexual services from two social escorts at Hotel Grand Pacific.He is set to appear in court again on Dec 15.When EY contacted FTX several times to escalate the matter, no responsed was received except for an automated reply.
In a press release on Thursday, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) said that Fahd had committed the alleged offences while off-duty.It added that Singapore adopts a strict zero-tolerance approach towards corruption.Samuel Kang took on Raphael Kandra while Au Yeong Wai Yhann went up against Hollie Naughton, and late entrant Leia Lee Zi Fang faced the challenge of Welshwoman Emily Whitlock.It added that the bureau “looks into all corruption complaints and reports, including anonymous ones”.If found guilty for an offence under Section 6(a) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Fahd could be jailed for up to five years, fined up to S$100,000, or both.Those convicted of corruption can be jailed for up to five years and fined up to $100,000.Related topics.Photo: MARIGOLD Singapore Squash Open 2022 “Amazing experience playing in a PSA World Tour event here in Singapore! What a privilege to be able to get on the court with German #1 and World #19 Raphael Kandra after watching him play some thrilling matches over the years.
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