More charges for 'curry puff' driver
The speed limit at the Tuas Checkpoint is only 15kmh.
But businessman Mohamed Dawood R. M. Abdul Sukkur, 47, (above) allegedly drove his black BMW there at 142kmh on June 23 afternoon.
Three days later, he was charged with performing a rash act to endanger the personal safety of others.
Yesterday, he faced three additional charges - one count each of intentionally perverting the course of justice, importing a meat product from Malaysia into Singapore without a required licence, and importing processed food that had not been registered with the authorities.
Dawood, who is represented by lawyer Noor Mohamed Marican, allegedly threw more than 37kg of Ramly beef patties into a drain along the Pan-Island Expressway.
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