Ex-casino staff used disguise to trespass into MBS and steal betting chips

Link: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/ex-casino-staff-used-disguise-trespass-mbs-and-steal-betting-chips-201

A former casino employee wore make-up and disguised himself as an
elderly man to get into his former workplace with the intention of
stealing chips.

A former casino employee wore make-up and disguised himself as an
elderly man to get into his former workplace with the intention of
stealing chips. Ma Siu Hong, 26, a part-time hawker, hatched a plan to
impersonate a dealer in the Marina Bay Sands casino as he was facing
financial difficulties.

A district court heard that on Sept 24, he put on make-up, dusted
white powder on his hair, wore a fake pair of spectacles and even drew
fake wrinkles on his face to avoid being recognised by his former
colleagues at MBS.

He managed to sneak in and changed into his old MBS casino staff
uniform he had brought along. On Tuesday, he admitted to trespassing,
impersonating a holder of a special employee licence by donning the
staff uniform of MBS and performing the duties of a dealer.

District Judge Low Wee Ping sentenced him to six months' jail and
fined him $5,000, saying the statement of facts read like a movie.
Five other charges of impersonation and one of not paying the entry
levy were taken into consideration. Read the full article:
http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story/ex-casino-staff-used-disguise-trespass-mbs-and-steal-betting-chips-201