In 1987, Teo Cheng Kiat, a supervisor in SIA tried to report a flaw in SIA's allowance process but was ignored and humiliated by his superiors.
Over the course of the next 13 years later, he would go on to siphon more $35 million from the company that turned their backs on him.
This heinous crime would have be recorded as the largest case of commercial fraud in the history of Singapore at that time.
In Ep 1. we'll meet Mr. Teo Cheng Kiat, and learn about the pivotal moment that birth a criminal.
In Ep 2. we'll learn how Mr. Teo Cheng Kiat siphoned $35 million, and the excessive life he lived.
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