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Man charged with using someone else's credit card to buy fast food

Published on Jan 29, 2013 4:48 PM
 
A man, who is believed to have used another person's credit card to pay for McDonald's home delivery service on four occasions, was charged with cheating in a district court on Tuesday. --ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW

A man, who is believed to have used another person's credit card to pay for a fast food chain's home delivery service on four occasions, was charged with cheating in a district court Tuesday.

Tan Kok Sin, 32, allegedly made the home delivery orders to an address in Bukit Panjang. The orders from McDonald's, costing between $21 and 28, were placed between January and February 2011.

Tan, who is unemployed, was also charged with a further four counts of using another credit card that belonged to someone else to cheat Sheng Siong supermarket and electronics store Harvey Norman .

Bail was set at $30,000. As Tan was unable to raise that amount, he will remain in remand.