Singapore has charged two Chinese Language migrant workers with soliciting one-greenback bribes from lorry drivers.
The forklift truck drivers allegedly took S$1 bribes (£0.58; $0.73) more than one times, in go back for no longer delaying the loading and unloading of vehicles.
If convicted, Chen Ziliang, FORTY SEVEN, and Zhao Yucun, FORTY THREE, face up to five years in prison and a S$100,000 fine.
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Both drivers allegedly committed the offence whilst running on the Cogent Container Depot.
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