I love Singapore, and I’m definitely proud of the country.
But if there is one thing you need to know about Singapore, it is that we have a lot of rules and regulations to follow, and we should never go against the law.
Ok, that’s two things to know.
Unless you want to end up like this man who was fined $99k, a record sum for the offence.
House Raided in 2015
Back in March 2015, the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) raided a man’s house at Gangsa Road.
It was reported by TNP that the accused, Chong Weisheng, had sold $100k worth of loots and his unlawful activities were detected through HSA’s online surveillance and investigations.
Don’t play play, Singapore Government quite on to catch all you criminals.
Mr Chong was said to have purchased these e-cigarettes from overseas suppliers and to sell it through an e-commerce website.
The website has since been shut down by HSA.
Stiffest Penalty Since 2014
Mr Chong faced a total of 171 charges under the Tobacco (Control of Advertisement and Sale) Act.
He had since pleaded guilty to 33 of the charges and was sentenced to $99k fine, while the rest were