Le Le then sent Kong sexy photos of herself and asked him if he was “interested”, i.e would he like to pay her to have sex with him. The terms were Kong would buy her S0 in i Tunes credits. Finally, the much-anticipated day came and where Kong would get to meet his lover in the flesh and have his way with her in the bedroom.All things went well, except for one snag – a man who claimed to be the “agent” of Le Le texted Kong and told him that he needed to pay a “deposit”.
SINGAPORE (THE NEW PAPER) - Singapore appears to be popular with online scammers.In the past year, more than 0,000 was lost to online scammers, with one in five people here saying they were victims, according to a Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report. In the past, they involved syndicates from Nigeria (they were also known as royalty cheats) and Spain (Spanish lottery cheats).Accordingly, the popularity of We Chat has also been met with suspicions of surveillance and media reports of censorship.Despite these concerns, there is limited technical research into the operation and scale of content monitoring and filtering.Kong, a 40-year-old chef who comes from Shandong, China, has been working in Singapore for the past 7 years.
His hard-earned salary is used to support his parents and put his son through school.
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The object is suspected to be a laptop battery by Beijing Youth Daily.
Reporters from the newspaper spoke to a computer expert who said a certain model of laptop battery in China can look similar to a handgun.
She politely responded but—as Chinese millennials do—with a series of emoticons that only confused matters more.