'Datuk' pleads guilty to cheating five


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  • Saturday, 01 Feb 2003

PETALING JAYA: An unemployed man pleaded guilty in a magistrate’s court here yesterday to five counts of impersonating a Datuk and cheating three teachers and two soldiers of a total of RM9,000 by promising he could secure them a RM25,000 flat. 

Abdul Kadir Sa’adi, 26, pleaded guilty to cheating teacher Rapiah Abu Bakar, 48, by impersonating as Datuk Abdul Kadir Ibrahim and inducing her into believing that he could get her a flat at Kota Damansara at RM25,000 for a deposit of RM2,000.  

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