Posh meals, sports cars: Life of alleged masterminds of $32m luxe goods scam was all a front

The victims later learnt that the couple's Holland Grove property, which the couple said was their home, was a rental. PHOTOS: KLVNJP123_/INSTAGRAM, KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - They ate at posh restaurants and invited customers to a property near Holland Grove which they said was their home - a triple-storey detached house complete with four luxury cars with a combined value of $1.5 million. 

Singaporean Pi Jiapeng, 26, and his wife Pansuk Siriwipa - a 27-year-old Thai national - were often decked out in branded clothes and luxury watches. 

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