Which reminds me of the case of PP v Woffles Wu. Dr Wu had asked his employee to take the rap for traffic offences. There was no monetary transaction for taking the rap. Dr Wu was charged for abetting his employee to give false information to the police and fined $1,000, an amount that led to a public outcry.
Dr Wu did not give a second thought when committing the offence and claimed that “it was a common practice to furnish false information to the Traffic Police for such offences and that even some senior medical practitioners were doing so”.
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