The discovery of a police-recruitment exam cheating scam on Sunday has shined the light on how a gang assisted its customers to pass the test.
On Sunday when the exam was held nationwide, 11 applicants who could not hide their anxiety were caught and confessed to having hidden short-wave radio signal receivers in the most private parts of their bodies.
The 11 suspects were caught at testing sites in areas under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Police Region 3. To avoid being caught during searches before entering the examination room, men hid the receiver in their anuses or near their testicles, while women put it in their vaginas.
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