19 Dec '11, 11pm

4 Malaysian men jailed for forging tickets to popular annual dance music festival, ZoukOut.

4 Malaysian men jailed for forging tickets to popular annual dance music festival, ZoukOut.

Mohd Adli Raman sold six fake tickets to a victim, but the latter returned and managed to detain him. By Elena Chong & Jalelah Abu Baker Four Malaysian men were on Monday jailed for forging tickets to the popular annual dance music festival, ZoukOut. Each was jailed for eight weeks for cheating. A district court heard that salesman Mohd Izzat Shafiq Ahmad Shberri, 21, came up with the idea to make money from the festival, which was held at Sentosa on Dec 10. Last month, Izzat suggested to three friends, all office boys, that they forge entry tickets to the party and sell them.

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