Police NSF allegedly offered not to report social escorts if they gave him sexual services

24/11/2022 4:46:00 AM

Police NSF allegedly offered not to report social escorts if they gave him sexual services

Police NSF allegedly offered not to report social escorts if they gave him sexual services

SINGAPORE - A full-time police national serviceman allegedly tried to obtain sexual services from social escorts in exchange for not reporting them. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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.LinkedIn BANGKOK: At least one person was killed when a bomb exploded inside a police compound in southern Thailand on Tuesday (Nov 22), a police official said.Telegram - Advertisement - During the recent People’s Action Party conference earlier this month, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that the opposition has been missing in action when it comes to thorny issues such as the repeal of section 377A which criminalises sex between men.

sg/w9EU SINGAPORE - A full-time police national serviceman allegedly tried to obtain sexual services from social escorts in exchange for not reporting them.Fahd Siddiqui, 20, was charged with two counts of corruption on Thursday.World number five and King of New Zealand saved game ball in the second game en route to her 3-0 (11-6, 12-10, 11-4) triumph over Egyptian world number six Nour El Tayeb.On or around Nov 1, Fahd allegedly tried to obtain sexual services from a social escort at Robertson Quay Hotel.Refresh for updates.On or around Nov 4, he allegedly tried to obtain sexual services from two social escorts at Hotel Grand Pacific.King and ElShorbagy had both won the New Zealand Open last week.In a statement, the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau said Fahd had been off duty when he allegedly committed the offences.It means that if some people are free to engage in certain activities, others must likewise be free to engage in similar activities even if the latter take on different forms or fashions.

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.Fahd is currently out on $10,000 bail and is expected to be back in court on Dec 15.Those convicted of corruption can be jailed for up to five years and fined up to $100,000.In the women’s event, Au Yeong was defeated by Canadian world number 17 Hollie Naughton 3-0 (11-6, 11-4, 11-2), while Lee lost to Whitlock 3-0 (11-1, 11-1, 11-2) in just under 20 minutes.More On This Topic.

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John Tan: SDP not missing in action on Repeal Section 377A issue - Singapore NewsIn an interview with The Independent Singapore, he said that one does not need to be part of the LGBT community to understand the rationale and the need to do away with 377A.

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