More details about the unacceptable behaviour of a member of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) referees committee has been forwarded to TMSG, with more online evidence surfacing about his alleged indiscretions and questionable behaviour.
Over the last week, TMSG was forwarded a set of direct messages (DMs) which were allegedly sent by the former referee to a female friend, which she then forwarded to other friends, in disgust.
These have now been forwarded to TMSG to further illustrate his allegedly unacceptable behaviour, and given that the former referee sought the help of his Member of Parliament, who then sent us an email asking that the story which was published earlier on 18 July be taken down, we have now decided to publish more information about the former referee’s alleged indiscretions.
It is understood that the incident which is being brought to light now took place in 2019 and the whistleblower who sent the evidence across to TMSG said that it was being exposed now so that others will not be hurt or fall into his “heinous trap”.
This new information about the former FIFA referee comes at the back of a TMSG story which was published earlier on 18 July.
See story below.
In that story, it was reported that the former FIFA referee was alleged to have assaulted another FAS volunteer referee assessor and the story also dived into allegations about his errant sexual behaviour.
The former referee, who is married, is also alleged to have sent inappropriate photos to the wife of the volunteer, which included photos of his private parts, knowing that she was married.
NEW INFORMATION ABOUT A SEX PEST?
On 13 August, TMSG was given the new set of screengrabs which were sent by the FAS referees committee member to another woman, this time from 2019.
The whistleblower’s intent was to expose how the former referee’s behaviour should be called out for sending such lewd messages to another female, even though he is married.
See series of messages below.
In one of his messages to her, he tells her to “go some where drink listen music n after that make love if comfortable.”
He also asked if she wanted to be “kissed and licked” and said “u just lie down I do the job”.
She rejects his advances by saying that she was busy with work and with her grandsons.
TMSG has also blacked off messages which give details about the former referee’s family members, including the name of his wife.
This set of messages was also sent to the general secretary of the FAS Yazeen Buhari previously.
Before this story was written, TMSG sent the same set of screengrabs to the FAS chief adminstrator.
SEEKING HELP FROM HIS MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT AND TMSG’S RESPONSE
While he was not named in the story published on 18 July, the former referee nonetheless sought the assistance of his Member of Parliament Associate Professor Faishal Ibrahim, to compel TMSG to take the earlier story down.
He alleged that the story contained online falsehoods.
See email received by TMSG from the MP for Nee Soon Central, who actually confirmed his name to TMSG even though the story did not name him.
The area marked in black gave details of his name, and also his full address.
Given that the demands from his MP to TMSG were without any form of basis, TMSG responded to the request within 21 minutes.
See our response to the MP for Nee Soon Central.
TMSG has not heard from the MP since our response.
It is also not known by the MP decided to send us the note alleging an online falsehood after only hearing one side of the story – the one from his resident.
Since the story was written and published on 18 July, it is understood that the former referee has had a protection order against harassment taken out against him in court on 31 July by the volunteer referee assessor, whom had filed police reports alleging assault, as written in the story which was published on 18 July.
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