Man charged as illegal bookie in Resort World Sentosa

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A man has been charged with acting as a bookie inside the Resorts World Sentosa casino.

29-year-old Oh Tuan Yew allegedly committed the offence between 11am and 1.30pm on June 9.

The book distribution executive is also charged with carrying out a public lottery at around 5.20pm on the same day.

Court documents did not indicate exactly where in the casino he allegedly committed his offence.

Oh is represented by lawyer, Wee Pan Lee, and he will be back in court on October 12.

Oh can be jailed up to five years and fined up to a maximum of $200,000 if found guilty of acting as a bookmaker.

Source: Channel NewsAsia, 14th September 2010

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