12/09/2008

Low talent caught cheating $1.22

The low talents deserved it. Want to cheat also dunno how to cheat and got caught some more. And of all things, trying to cheat $1.22 to save paying MRT fare! Lee Heng Anne, 55, was caught for doing exactly this. And she was fined $700. Why can't these low talents learn to be smarter? They must learn from the high talents, want to cheat, cheat a lot and find ways to call it anything else except cheating. Do a little window dressing and may get away scot free some more. Cheat big requires a lot of talent. Look at all the Wall Street CEOs, anyone caught for cheating? The best is the CEO of Merrill Lynch for asking a US$15m bonus. He said the company's problem could be worst if not because of him and his talent. He deserves the bonus for such a good justification.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

robbing the low talent... what is new?... i cannot stop laughing..., this is natural justice.

Matilah_Singapura said...

Oh for fucks sake, give this low life a severe punishment...

... not for the crime but for having such low standards and no ambition.

The world needs more ambitious people. Stealing $1+ is really embarrassing. It’s like getting an ’F’ in a pissing competition.

Teach this doofus who refuses to see a ”bigger picture” than stealing $1+. C’mon, mke it at least <b>a million</b> or don’t even bother trying.

When you steal millions, you are a hero, and the govt will even give you <b>more money</b>. But if you are a smaller than small time dumb-as, low-standards motherfucker, you deserve the cane and jail!

Show this no-count no mercy!

redbean said...

paradise is only for the best. that's what everyone agrees.

in a city that cries no pity,
losers better watch what they are doing, and stay on the right side of the law.

Anonymous said...

If you owe Muthu the banker $20,000, you get a lawyer's letter irregardless how hard you sell him your sob story; if you owe Muthu$100,000, you get both a lawyer's letter and a bouncer at your doorsteps.

If you owe Muthu $100,000,000, the whole entourage of Muthu's bankers will come knocking your door, to beg your mercy and your kind stay of hand; you get to squeeze the bosses only when you are a big enough rat.

Anonymous said...

Cheating is cheating and when caught deserves to be punished, more so in a no-mercy Singapore. However, it is really pathetic to actually procecute a person for cheating such a small amount. Other bigger criminals cheating much more do get away by the bus load and because they are smarter they get away scot free.

The moral of this story is, if you have to cheat, cheat big. Make it worthwhile.

redbean said...

be a talented and be respected, even if one cheats.