Strait-laced Singapore hit by teacher scandals
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Their affair started with her giving him a copy of the mushy memoir "Eat, Pray, Love.'' It ended with the 32-year-old female teacher in Singapore getting a jail sentence for illicit sex with her 15-year-old male student.
The case, which shocked Singapore, was the latest in a string of scandals involving Singapore educators, who in the past year have been caught embezzling college money, committing lewd behavior, peddling drugs and a couple of times having sex with students.
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