SINGAPORE: A man who used another person’s credit card to pay for a fast food chain’s home delivery service on four occasions has been charged with cheating.
Tan Kok Sin, 32, allegedly made the home delivery orders between 29 January and 12 February in 2011.
The orders, each costing more than S$21, were delivered to a residential address in Bukit Panjang.
Tan faces four other charges of using another person’s credit card in 2010.
On 27 September 2010, Tan is believed to have used the card three times, to pay for more than S$400 worth of groceries at a supermarket in Woodlands.
He also allegedly used the same card to pay for a rice cooker at an electrical shop on the same day.
If guilty, Tan faces 10 years’ jail and a fine.
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