Singapore fines Malaysian RM15k for failing to declare cash of more than RM180k

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 28 Mar 2019

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SINGAPORE (ANN): A 28-year-old man was fined $5,000 (RM15,053) on Wednesday (March 27) for failing to declare that he was carrying more than $60,000 (RM180, 643) in cash when entering Singapore.

Tee Chen Pang was nabbed at Tuas Checkpoint on March 7 after police were alerted that a man had with him cash exceeding $20,000 (RM60, 214), the police said in a statement on Wednesday.

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