Moral of the story :
Never bonk underage prostitutes but they will lie to you about their age so bonk lau kway bus is the safest.
Never give pimps, prostitutes your registered hp numbers. Get a separate prepaid card preregistered under foreigners names.
Two involved in underage prostitution case back in court
Lee Vin Sen (left), 35, and Choong Sin Jian (right), 27, were back in court Monday for their involvement in the online sex ring.
Monday, May 14, 2012
SINGAPORE - Two of the 48 men charged with having commercial sex with an underaged girl made their second appearance in court on Monday, reported The Straits Times.
Choong Sin Jian, 27, and Lee Vin Sen, 35, paid for the sexual services of the girl, who was under 18 at the time of the offence.
Choong is claiming trial to two charges of paying the girl $600 each time, at the Strand Hotel, Bencoolen Street, on Jan 6 and 29 last year.
Lee, a sales representative, allegedly paid $450 for her services at Marina Bay Sands Hotel on Sept 23, 2010.
Their cases have been adjourned to June 11 for a discovery conference.
If convicted, they can be jailed for up to seven years and/or fined.
Businessman in online vice case allowed to travel overseas
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Businessman Edward Whistler Goh Ngian Meng sought permission from the court on Wednesday to leave Singapore for a business trip.
The 49-year-old was granted permission to travel from May 20 until his disclosure conference on June 11.
Goh, who is the founder of a business consultancy, faces two charges of having sex with an underage girl.
Goh told the court he intends to claim trial to both charges.
Forty-eight men have been charged for having sex with the same girl. Last month, former school principal Lee Lip Hong, 39, was jailed nine weeks for paid sex with the girl twice.
What happened to 3rd batch?
No picture no sound liao
I wonder will the guys get pissed knowing that some paid $450 while some paid $600.
So far, at least two of them have managed to escape the media spotlight - Jarrod Song, the most high-profile policeman among the group, and Yap Eng Kian, as I have been informed.
Alleged Singapore Pimp in Online Ring Faces New Charges
Tham Yuen-C - Straits Times | May 23, 2012
Singapore. The man behind the online vice ring through which 48 men allegedly engaged an underage prostitute now faces 60 fresh charges.
The bulk of the charges against Tang Boon Thiew, 39, are for abetting those men in their trysts with the girl.
As he already had 35 charges laid before him last November, he now faces 95 in all.
Of the 60 charges tendered against him in closed-door proceedings two weeks ago, 56 were for abetting commercial sex with a minor under 18.
The remaining four were for offenses under the Women’s Charter — one each for procuring a 27-year-old Singaporean and 25-year-old Malaysian for prostitution here, and two for living off their earnings.
His 48 alleged clients were charged last month with having paid for sex with the girl, who was 17 when the offences are said to have taken place.
Court papers said they hired the Singaporean girl through Tang between September 2010 and February last year.
Believed to have been her pimp, he apparently advertised her services through a social escort website he set up.
In the hearing against former school principal Lee Lip Hong — who has since pleaded guilty and been jailed nine weeks — it emerged that Tang arranged for Lee’s sessions with the girl, using text messages to fix details of the price and meeting place.
Tang is believed to have done the same for the rest of the men.
The girl, who cannot be named, commanded $450 to $850 a session, from which Tang allegedly took a cut.
Besides her, he is believed to have represented at least 15 other prostitutes.
Of the 35 charges against him last November, 34 involved his living off their earnings — an offense that carries a jail term of up to five years, and a fine of up to $10,000; the remaining charge was for having paid sex with a minor, believed to be the 17-year-old.
Prostitution is not illegal here, but having paid sex with someone under 18 is. The penalty is jail of up to seven years and a fine.
Apart from Lee, the other men are due to return to court for a disclosure conference next month.
Meanwhile, investigations into another 14 men who allegedly paid for sex with the same girl are ongoing.
Reprinted courtesy of Straits Times
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exactly, just a short time lease for a good price!
Ex-Pei Chun principal out of prison
By Hanna Begam | Posted: 08 June 2012 1603 hrs
SINGAPORE: The former principal of Pei Chun Public School, Lee Lip Hong, was released from Changi Prison on Friday.
He was sentenced to nine weeks' jail in April for having paid sex with an underage girl.
The 39-year-old served six weeks' jail and was released early for good behaviour.
Mr Lee is the first among 48 men to be sentenced in the online vice ring case.
Sporting a crew cut and looking relaxed, he said he will focus on his family and work on getting their forgiveness.
He added that he is determined to continue giving back to society.
"I think the important thing is to have the courage to face up the consequences. And then move on from there.
"I think there is nothing in stopping me to make further contributions to the community or to the society, as long as I have the determination to do so," Lee said.
So what is going to do now ? Private tutor ? Volleyball coach ?
Underage sex scandal: 4 more to plead guilty
PLEADING GUILTY: Pyi Kyaw Han will admit to two charges of paying for sex with the underage prostitute.
By Samantha Boh
Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012
Four more of the 48 men charged with having sex with an underage prostitute intend to plead guilty.
Those who intend to do so are: Louis Lee Lip Kian, 33; Chiang Meng Chuan, 31; Wilson Oei, 25; and Pyi Kway Han, 31.
Their lawyers revealed this to reporters outside a district court yesterday. They were among at least 25 lawyers, representing 45 of the men, who were present for criminal case-discovery conferences. Former head of the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) Howard Shaw, 41, and Swiss national Juerg Buergin, 41, and their lawyers were not present.
Former Pei Chun Public School principal Lee Lip Hong, 39, who was also charged, pleaded guilty and was convicted on April 27.
He was released from prison last Saturday after serving six weeks of his nine-week sentence, and paid tribute to his wife for standing by him.
According to court documents, the men involved had hired the girl, who is now above 18 but has her identity protected by a gag order, through her alleged pimp, Tang Boon Thiew, between September 2010 and February last year.
Of the four who have indicated that they intend to plead guilty, two - Oei and Chiang - are scheduled to appear in court on June 27, while Lee and Pyi are due back on July 9 and 12, respectively.
Pyi and Chiang face two charges each, while Lee and Oei each face one charge.
The remaining 41 men whose lawyers appeared in court yesterday are scheduled to be back in court on dates scheduled from July 2 to 16. Speaking outside the courthouse, lawyer Amolat Singh, who is representing Lee, said that his client intends to plead guilty as he "wants to leave this sorry state behind him and move on with life".
Lawyer Subhas Anandan, who represents 10 of the accused men, told reporters that all of his clients intend to claim trial. He said that he had objected to the gag order placed to protect the identity of the underage girl, but the court upheld its decision.
"I objected to it on the basis that provisions of the law do not protect people like her, because she is not a victim of rape or molestation," he said.
He added that he respects the decision of the court, even if he might not agree with it.
can't believe these sort of articles find their way to Business Times
Shaw and Buergin in court for discovery conference
Published on Jun 18, 2012
Former Singapore Environment Council (SEC) executive director Howard Shaw, (left) at the Subordinate Court on April 18, 2012 and Swiss national Juerg Buergin leaving the Subordinate Court. -- PHOTOS: MOHD TAUFIK A KADER FOR BERITA HARIAN/ AZIZ HUSSIN FOR STRAITS TIMES
A hearing continues to loom for two men accused of paying for sex with an underage girl.
The scion of the prominent Shaw family and green activist Howard Shaw, 41, and Juerg Buergin, 40, the former executive director of operations at UBS Investment Bank, returned to court on Monday for discovery conferences, during which the prosecution and defence teams exchange case information.
Shaw will next appear in court on June 27. Buergin will return to court on July 3.
The two men were among 48 men charged with having commercial sex with a Singaporean teenager whose services had been advertised on a website.
The girl, who is now above 18 years old, allegedly received between $450 and $850 a session with each of the men between September 2010 and February last year.
So far, only former Pei Chun Public School principal Lee Lip Hong has pleaded guilty in this high-profile case. He was sentenced to nine weeks' jail on April 2, but was released after six weeks for good behaviour.
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