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Motorcyclist, 51, jailed for hiring man nearly half his age to impersonate him for driving theory test

Motorcyclist, 51, jailed for hiring man nearly half his age to impersonate him for driving theory test
Worried that he could not pass a basic theory test in order to convert his Malaysian driving licence to a Singapore one, Goh Ah Hock paid an “agent” S$500 to find someone to take the computerised test for him.

The man who eventually turned up on Goh’s behalf was more than two decades younger.

A tester then discovered their ploy upon noticing that he did not look like Goh’s work permit photograph.

On Thursday (Sept 22), Goh, 51, was jailed for two months after pleading guilty to aiding Zhang Zhongliang, 28, in an attempt to cheat by personation.

Zhang, a China national, was also jailed two months in July.

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