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HELPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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meloz

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Hi

I'm looking for help and guidance from those experienced in the following conundrum.

I was recently convicted for drug use in a foreign country.

:? After spending 90 days in custody I am thinking of taking a break and travelling DPS-SIN in BIZ to do some shoe shopping.

Ideally I would like to have some sort of golf cart waiting for me to whisk me away from the arrival gate at SIN to escape the press photographers eager to capture my trendy tank top and scoop my story. Do any of you frequent flyers or multi millionaires have suggestions how I could possibly make this happen?

My concerns are, as a convicted drug user I may be denied the opportunity to catch up with my favourite girlfriend in Singers. I heard recently they were hanging or shooting some Australian guy for some drug offences in SIN and I am worried that the Singapore government may not allow me to spend time in their country. Go figure?

All help appreciated.

Harry M :?
 

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Harry M,

Don't worry, once you get back to Oz you will be able to stay there. This is because, with your conviction, it may be difficlt to travel O/S again.
 

Groundfeeder

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I wouldn't be buying too many shoes during this shopping trip, particularly those long sharpnosed high heels, as I feel that one may find many freebies embedded deep in ones b*m upon return to Oz.
 
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JohnK

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What a coincidence Meloz!

Your story sounds very similar to that bird, can't remember her name, that just got released from Indonesia.

From what I understand she will be spending a lot of time in Australia so possibly you can catch up and swap stories.

Good luck.
 

bambbbam2

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I wonder what class a 'deport' airfare is booked in :D

of course, being a Muslim you wouldn't be able to partake in the alcohol in J, surely? :?
 

ramonksi

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You sound a bit anxious about the whole ordeal. I'm sure your friend in singapore will have some anxiety tablets for that. Little pink ones, small enough to carry in your handbag. You could hold them for her.
And if you call ahead perhaps one of the ministers sons will pick you up from the airport in a private car and take you to a rave.
 

robertz

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bambbbam2 said:
I wonder what class a 'deport' airfare is booked in :D
I'm pretty sure its in the 'LG' class - Landing Gear class, but there isnt any seat allocation and this bucket doesnt earn QFF points or SC's.

Best thing you could do is ask for an upgrade to 'HB' class - Holding Bay class. Bit warmer and they also have the flat bed metal floor. This is a major upgrade rather than straddling 4 wheels, which can be a tad uncomfortable on a 8 hour flight.

Lucky you have elite status, because Drug Traffickers get the 'OW' class - Outer Wing Class. Not a nice place to be and tends to be a very short flight.

Rob
 
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