Former TNP's football tipster charged with alleged soccer sex bribe, 8 Apr 2013
A SINGAPOREAN businessman has been charged with corruption after allegedly offering free sex to three Lebanese football referees to induce them to fix a match, a government agency says.
Eric Ding Si Yang, 31, was charged with three counts of corruption on Saturday, a spokesman for the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) told AFP yesterday. He gave no further details.
Singapore's Sunday Times said Ding spends most of his time in Bangkok but has stakes in a restaurant and nightclub in Singapore.
Ding was a football tipster with local tabloid The New Paper from 2006 to 2012, it added.
Singapore has a long record of match-fixing scandals. Syndicates from the wealthy southeast Asian island have been blamed by Europol for orchestrating an international network responsible for rigging hundreds of games worldwide. Full story

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