Pastor jailed two weeks for tempering with fuel gauge meter
Posted by temasektimes on July 19, 2012
A pastor has been sentenced to two weeks’ imprisonment for tempering with his car’s fuel gauge meter.
Pastor Yang from a church along Balestier Road faced two charges of providing false information to the customs officer.
He was arrested this year January at the Woodlands checkpoint when preparing to enter Malaysia. Pastor Yang was caught lying to the customs officers that his car fuel tank was three-quarters full when it is only a quarter full.
Pastor Yang refused to plead guilty and is currently out on a S$15,000 bail.