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A Singaporean businessman who allegedly induced three Lebanese referees to fix a football match by offering them free sex rejected corruption charges on Tuesday and sought bail. 

Photo illustration shows a football player during a match. A Singaporean businessman who allegedly induced three Lebanese referees to fix a football match by offering them free sex rejected corruption charges on Tuesday and sought bail.

Eric Ding Si Yang, 31, has been held in Changi Prison since he was charged with three counts of corruption on Saturday.

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