National University of Singapore

‘I’d rather use my learned hand.’
(Note: stock photo; not actually Ko.)

Whilst we were kissing one thing led to another and we slept together on his couch. It was my first time and it was over pretty quickly.

Darinne Ko Wen Hui, the law student at the center of the National University of Singapore sex-for-grades corruption scandal, reminiscing on the stand about losing her virginity to Tey Tsun Hang, her alleged law professor-cum-lover.

Extra credit?

Have you ever thought about having sex with a professor in exchange for a good grade? Don’t lie, we’ve all thought about it. Here in America, it wouldn’t be that big of a deal if someone found out about your illicit tryst. Someone might get fired, you might have to retake a class, but that would probably be the end of the story.

But if this had happened in another country, perhaps a country with stricter laws, then the professor in question could be looking at multiple criminal charges, a pretty stiff sentence, and huge monetary fines. And as luck would have it, a sex-for-grades scandal recently occurred in Singapore of all places — the same country that recently “relaxed” its death penalty standards in favor of lifetime imprisonment with caning.

Let’s discuss the allegations of a professor’s hanky-panky with a law student coming straight out of the “Fine Country,” a place where defendants cower in fear over the fines they may face for their alleged behavior….

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