The Straits Times
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Published on Dec 07, 2012
 

He skipped work and produced a forged police warning to explain his absence

 
 

HE MISSED work on July 31 this year and decided to lie that he had to spend the whole day in court.

As proof, he showed his supervisor a police notice of warning for a sex act issued to him. It was dated the day he missed work and was purportedly issued by the Criminal Investigation Department.

Thinking it was a serious matter, the human resource manager called CID and discovered that no such warning had been issued.

Damien Yue, 27, was today fined $5,000.