Second hotel chef jailed for receiving $200,000 in bribes from supplier
Published on Feb 15, 2013 3:44 PM
A former master chef at Goodwood Park Hotel became the second chef to be jailed for corruption. Tan Ah Teng, 46, was sentenced to four months in prison on Friday.
He had pleaded guilty to receiving nearly $200,000 in bribes between January 2007 and August 2009 from seafood supplier Tay Ee Tiong, the sole proprietor of Wealthy Seafood Product and Enterprise.
A dozen other corrupt chefs bribed by Tay have been dealt with. Last October, Chik Ka Chung, 48, former executive chef of Wan Hao restaurant in the Marriott Hotel, was sentenced to four months' jail for receiving $177,704 in bribes.
The others were fined as in the case of Chung Yiu Ming, 54, from the Sheraton Towers Singapore hotel. He was fined $17,000 for taking bribes of $21,897 from July 2007 to April 2009.
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