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Which Nasi Lemak Stall?

BuiKia

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A gambler being sued by Marina Bay Sands for an unpaid debt claims the casino’s marketing hosts offered credit application to “everyone” at its “empty” VIP area.

Mr Lester Ong Boon Lin, 33, also told the High Court that junket operators ran side bets – he said he did not know they were illegal – shortly after the casino opened in April 2010.

The punter is being sued for $240,868 that was extended in credit to him. His 90-minute testimony yesterday gave a version of events often at odds with casino records.

For instance, records showed Mr Ong entered the casino for the first time at 1.05am on May 1, 2010. But he insisted he had entered a few days earlier though he could not pinpoint the date.

Justice Lai Siu Chiu replied: “Come on Mr Ong, it’s only been two years. You couldn’t have been drunk or had amnesia, the opening of MBS was a momentous occasion.”

When Mr Ong did not repay the money, MBS sued him to recover the loan – minus $9,132 in credit under a chip-rolling programme giving rebates for using a certain type of chip.

Mr Ong argues that the debt is not recoverable because MBS had breached casino law.

This states casinos can only lend money to Singaporeans if they are “premium players”.

He asserts that he was not a premium player when the casino offered him unsolicited credit. MBS says he became a premium player when he deposited $100,000 with the casino at 5.12am on May 1, 2010.

Mr Ong is said to be the son of a well-known nasi lemak franchise owner.

Yesterday, he said he had entered the casino with only about $30,000, but while he was there an acquaintance called Mike – a junket operator running a side-betting business – handed him $100,000 to exchange for chips.

Mr Ong said he had accepted his offer only to become a VIP member of MBS; he had no clue about premium player status.

Although records showed he deposited $100,000 in chips three hours later, he said he gave them all to Mike.
 

Yingge

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If I am not wrong, this guy is the boss of Chong Pang nasi lemak... Along Sambawang road.. very difficult to find a car park... I saw him a few times tending the drink stall...
 

BuiKia

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Found it!

"(SINGAPORE) A dispute between Marina Bay Sands and the son of Chong Pang Nasi Lemak franchise's owner over the legality of a $250,000 gambling debt has thrown up more questions on credit extension by casinos. "
 

Narong Wongwan

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Heard the debt of over 1 million and repaid by the father already?
Better dun go eat this nasi lemak now........sure ingredients shrink to recover losses.....dun be stewpig carrot head help subsidize fucktard pay casino losses.......
 

Narong Wongwan

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I thought its the Punggol Nasi Lemak?
Recently went to Punggol and they put up notice to disclaim this Lester Ong is the boss son.
This Lester chap is pariah to nasi lemak industry now......machiam last time YHS put newspapers to 'disown' transport minister Yeo Ning Hong
 

Equalisation

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Found it!

"(SINGAPORE) A dispute between Marina Bay Sands and the son of Chong Pang Nasi Lemak franchise's owner over the legality of a $250,000 gambling debt has thrown up more questions on credit extension by casinos. "
No wonder a few months back, I found a $2.50 chip amongst the rice ....:o
 

Lordshiva

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Yesterday, he said he had entered the casino with only about $30,000, but while he was there an acquaintance called Mike – a junket operator running a side-betting business – handed him $100,000 to exchange for chips.

Mr Ong said he had accepted his offer only to become a VIP member of MBS; he had no clue about premium player status.

Although records showed he deposited $100,000 in chips three hours later, he said he gave them all to Mike.




ehhh....i thought we ah neh nehs are the only fuckers who referred to everybody as mike...........


turns out the nasilemak boy also likes to use mike...maybe his father is indian....


:biggrin:
 

shOUTloud

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Recently went to Punggol and they put up notice to disclaim this Lester Ong is the boss son.
This Lester chap is pariah to nasi lemak industry now......machiam last time YHS put newspapers to 'disown' transport minister Yeo Ning Hong
Hi, can start another thread to enlighten us peasants about this important history of Singapore. I always remember Yeo Ning Hong proclaiming himself to be "sleeping like a baby" at night when asked about the competition from Malaysia. Later Maersk declared setting up operations in Malaysia, then the re-org at PSA and the mass retrenchments then in the early 2000s.
 

chupacabra

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If I am not wrong, this guy is the boss of Chong Pang nasi lemak... Along Sambawang road.. very difficult to find a car park... I saw him a few times tending the drink stall...
I used to stay in yishun. The nasi lemak at this store is crap. Plain rice and no taste. They are busy cause they have alot of dishes. To me its just overpriced economy rice.
 

peppertail

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So he admits owing the money but don't want to repay it because it was illegal to give it to him? And he found out that it's illegal only after happily gambled it away? What a dog...

Close the stupid casinos already!
 

Narong Wongwan

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Hi, can start another thread to enlighten us peasants about this important history of Singapore. I always remember Yeo Ning Hong proclaiming himself to be "sleeping like a baby" at night when asked about the competition from Malaysia. Later Maersk declared setting up operations in Malaysia, then the re-org at PSA and the mass retrenchments then in the early 2000s.
Yeo Ning Hong was transport ministar.
Pissed off taxi drivers and sinkies with his policies.
Rumors spread he was related to yeo hiap seng family.
Sinkies boycott YHS drinks....YHS got to place ad and press conference to say Yeo Ning Hong in no way family related. Effectively YEO clan disown him
 

Narong Wongwan

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So he admits owing the money but don't want to repay it because it was illegal to give it to him? And he found out that it's illegal only after happily gambled it away? What a dog...

Close the stupid casinos already!
This type is chow kar....smelly leg.
Let people hamtum break legs also no pity.
Boycott the useless nasi lemak....stewpig if you go now Kena chop carrot help him pay casino losses
 

ray_of_hope

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So he admits owing the money but don't want to repay it because it was illegal to give it to him? And he found out that it's illegal only after happily gambled it away? What a dog...

Close the stupid casinos already!
There are quite a number of such gamblers. That is why MBS is going public via a Court case to recover its monies, so that it draws a line that others cannot get away with doing the same.
 
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