October 11, 2012
New Straits Times reports that 33 year old salesman Lim Teng Haw pleaded not guilty to cheating his employer, High Speed Media, out of RM367,759 ($119,908/€92,851) last year by selling toner cartridges to six fictitious companies.
The charges against Haw detailed that he invoiced toner cartridges for six made-up companies and produced delivery orders with the companies’ stamps as evidence that the cartridges had been delivered whilst working at High Speed Media’s premises in Malaysia between 25 April and 9 June 2011.
Haw was arrested on 21 June and faces between one and 10 years imprisonment, whipping and a possible fine if convicted. He was given bail at RM60,000 ($19,563/€15,148) with remention fixed for 19 October.
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