S’porean Guy Allegedly Faked His Own Death To Avoid Paying Back Money To Close Friends

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

As close friends would attest to, I’m not the most angelic guy out there. In fact, someone once asked me:

“Is your name Mercury? Because you’re freaking toxic.”

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Yet, even with such a ‘pleasant’ reputation, I’m not the most, for lack of a better phrase, fu**ed up guy around here. A while back it was a red suit guy who cracked loads of ‘sword’ jokes with his metal ass pal, and now, it’s a guy called Teng…

Who was so determined not to pay back his debts that he took them to the grave.

Literally.

Mr Steal Yo Money

But before I speak about Teng, I would first have to talk about a certain Abigail Lee, who first took to Facebook on behalf of her friend. The post, which was uploaded on 12 Dec, had described how her friend had lent a total of S$26.000 to a guy known as Teng, despite the fact that they weren’t exactly close.

Lee’s uplaoded picture of Teng. Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

To clarify, Lee expressed that her friend was “soft-hearted”. And from the looks of it, it could be because Teng sure had a way with words too.

You can read the full Facebook post down below:

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

And here are snippets of Teng siam-ing payment:

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

Thereafter, Teng apparently blocked Lee’s friend and went MIA. Lee also revealed that her friend had to work part-time and borrow from her other friends, while studying.

And guess what?

It seems that Lee’s friend wasn’t the only one Teng ‘scammed’ here.

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Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

And apparently, this wasn’t the first time Teng had been “trended”. Or as laymen would know it, kena viral.

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

But all of that, all of that, just paled when this Netizen released some pretty alarming news.

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page
Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

Which would’ve been a little more convincing, had another user not said this:

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

So… moral of the story?

Seeing how I’m hardly the most qualified to preach, I shall let my old friend The Wise Old Man say it instead:

“Do the right thing; do not be like him.

Image: Abigail Lee Facebook Page

Because honestly, there’s quite a lot of stuff you just can’t do in life.

And abusing peoples’ good intentions for money just isn’t one of them.