Man Jailed For Forging Boarding Passes

A Malaysian man, Raejali Buntut, 33, has been jailed two weeks for living the high life in executive lounges in Singapore airport by using forged boarding passes.

According to Daily Mail, Buntut downloaded images of passes issued by Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines before using image-editing software on his laptop to insert his name, a false flight number and destination. He then sent them to his mobile phone.

Buntut who missed a flight relaxed in comfortable seats, enjoyed breakfasts, lunches and dinners of his choice, watched TV and used the showers for three weeks.

He forged no less than 31 passes and used them at nine lounges. Buntut was arrested after lounge staffs became suspicious. He was accused of ‘blatantly lawless behavior’, charged with forgery and jailed for two weeks.



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