Judith Tan
Mon, Aug 11, 2008
The Straits Times
Ex-NKF CEO Durai released from jail

T.T. DURAI was released from jail on Monday morning after serving two-thirds of his three-month sentence for using a fake invoice to cheat the charity into paying $20,000 to an interior designer friend.

He walked out of the Queenstown Remand Prison at 10.43 am, dressed in a white shirt and greyish dark pants. He seemed to have lost quite a bit of weight and his hair has turned a greyish white.

He was greeted by his son and was quickly whisked away by a burly man into a waiting Hyundai Tucson car.

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