Four held for selling fake ZoukOut tickets

Four held for selling fake ZoukOut tickets

Police have arrested four men, aged between 24 and 46, for selling fake ZoukOut music festival tickets at Sentosa last weekend, The Straits Times Online reported.

On Saturday at about 2am, police were patrolling Sentosa's Siloso Beach when they spotted two men behaving suspiciously. Police found more than 260 event tickets, believed to be forged, in the possession of the pair, aged 24 and 29.

In a statement on Monday, police said another 310 tickets and a rubber stamp were recovered at Jalan Rajah, off Balestier Road.

In another case, police received a report at about 11.45pm on Saturday about a man selling fake event tickets at Sentosa. Officers later arrested a 46-year-old man. They also arrested his suspected accomplice, 29, at Geylang Road on Sunday.

Investigations showed that the two possessed about 30 tickets.

Investigations against the four suspects are ongoing.


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