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Three Men Arrested in Singapore for Helping Fans Enter Taylor Swift Concert Without Valid Tickets

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Three Men Arrested in Singapore for Helping Fans Enter Taylor Swift Concert Without Valid Tickets

Three Men Arrested in Singapore for Helping Concert-Goers Without Valid Tickets

Singapore police have arrested three men on suspicion of helping people enter a concert by American music queen Taylor Swift without valid tickets. Two of the men have been charged with deception and could face up to three years in prison along with a fine.

In response to the incident, local police have launched a nine-day law enforcement operation to crack down on concert ticket fraud. A total of 45 individuals are currently assisting in the investigation.

The arrests came after the Singapore Police received a report on Monday evening indicating that unauthorized individuals had gained entry to the concert venue. Three men, aged 29 to 45, and four men and women, aged 21 to 25, were arrested on suspicion of deception and trespassing.

Furthermore, the authorities have also been cracking down on e-commerce fraud related to concert tickets. From February 26 to March 5, a total of 25 men and 20 women were arrested and investigated for their involvement in such cases. The suspects, ranging in age from 17 to 57 years old, have collectively caused losses of at least NT$571,000 through ticket fraud.

Since January of this year, at least 1,241 individuals have been implicated in concert ticket-related fraud cases, with most of them being connected to Taylor Swift concerts. The singer recently held six concerts in Singapore as part of her concert tour, attracting a large number of fans who struggled to secure tickets.

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