SINGAPORE: The lover of a businessman acquitted of murder in the "trolley bag" case pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to report the death to the police.
Pee Weai Hong, 33, admitted on Monday that he did not report the death of 28—year—old Dylan Wong Teck Siong on 2 April 2011 when he learnt about it the next day.
Mr Wong’s decomposed body was stuffed in a trolley bag and was found in the waters off Sentosa on 16 April.
A businessman, Teo Boon Leng, was acquitted on 24 January of murdering Mr Wong.
The court heard on Monday that the three men were involved in a love triangle, which started two months before Mr Wong’s death.
On the night Mr Wong died, Pee was not at the Keppel Bay apartment where the three men lived.
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