She wanted to go clubbing but was below the age limit of 18 years so she used another person's identity card (IC) to try to get into St James Power Station in March. A security officer at the entrance of the Powerhouse dance club asked for identification and noticed that the picture on it was not of her.
Liu Yifan, 17, admitted borrowing it from a friend and on Thursday the student of Nanyang Junior College pleaded guilty to using someone else's identity card without lawful authority.
Because of her age, District Judge Soh Tze Bian called for a report to gauge her suitability for probation.
Court documents state that Liu confided in schoolmate Hong Lili, 19, in early March that she wanted to go clubbing. Hong then got the identity card of Tong Wern Ching, 18, who was enrolled in Temasek Polytechnic.
On March 23, Liu went to St James Power Station at about 11pm with her boyfriend Eng Ting Fong, 20, a full-time national serviceman. About two hours later, they tried to get into the Powerhouse and she was found out.
Security officer Muhammad Iimi Hussain, 24, found Liu's ez-link card on Eng. She had told him to keep it in case her belongings were checked.
The cases against Eng, Hong and Tong for abetting in the offence have not heard yet.
Liu will be back in court on July 12 for sentencing.
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