Most anti-corruption officers dying of exhaustion

Posted on 28 July 2012

Many of them have worked non-stop since surge in high-profile corruption cases early this year.

In the latest corruption case before the courts, Darinne Ko (top) allegedly exchanged sex with her law professor for grades.

She apparently only got a B grade. So does it mean the professor is innocent because it clearly wasn’t about giving her a good grade?

With the surfacing of the most recent sex-for-grades corruption case involving ex-law student Darinne Ko Wen Hui, 22 and law professor Tey Tsun Hang, 41, the usually squeaky clean, zero-corruption image of Singapore is taking a beating.

And anti-corruption officers are battling exhaustion as many are dying from the workload of investigating so many cases back-to-back since the start of the year, where ex-SCDF commissioner, Peter Lim was investigated for making sexy times with at least three women in exchange for business deals.

The number of cases have been piling up and there appears to be no respite in sight.

An anonymous anti-corruption investigator said: “When I signed up for this job, I thought I could slack because Singapore got very low corruption, right?”

In response to media queries, the Ministry of Corruption Reduction And Prevention (MinCRAP) said: “Corruption cases are still rare, given that all was calm for the last 40 to 50 odd years before this year.”

But anti-corruption officers are not buying it.

They are complaining that they have been working 18-hour days non-stop for the past six months or so.

And many of them are quitting as they do not believe their workload will subside any time soon.

Others, battered but hanging on to their livelihood, are voluntarily signing up for counselling and rehabilitation to cope with the recent spate of sexual gratification cases that have been coming hard and fast.

And with more thorough investigations, anti-corruption officers are finding more graphic details emerging from the cases.

One anonymous inside source said: “Reading the detailed case files makes you feel like you just caught your own uncle masturbating. It’s revolting. It’s not like those under investigation look like Thor or Anne Hathaway, you know.”

Another tells of how sexual gratification cases read like unimaginative, poorly-made porn movies instead.

He said: “It’s always the same: Guy meets girl. Chit chat. Girl wants favour. Can only offer *whistle*. Boink boink. Guy grimaces. Money shot. The end.”

So what changes must take place before anti-corruption officers change their minds about switching careers or checking themselves into counselling?

“If the people getting caught are actually better looking,” another anonymous source revealed.

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  • o_o

    It’s a once-in-50-years freak corruption storm, cannot expect the gahmen to have prepared for it…

  • Bigwhore

    Such a fucking ugly slut!

  • Muhaha

    Her performance in B*D not good… B only…

  • crevice

    Slut but cannot make it. Then again, most can’t!

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  • Teddy Twinkle

    sorry for my taste, but if give me, i want…. then again, i have very low standards.

  • Zhenna