A Chinese Woman Has Been Sent to 13 Years in Jail For Ticket Fraud at Shanghai Disneyland

A recent case involving a woman from South China has resulted in 13 years of jail time over a case of ticket fraud at Shanghai Disneyland. A report from the South China Morning Post states that a woman claimed to be an assistant to a top manager at the theme park, and able to purchase half-price advance tickets for clients.

She collected a total of 9 million yuan (US$1.34 million) and provided only 2 million yuan worth of tickets to customers as she spent some of the money to cover her own debts.

The woman has also been ordered to refund the money paid by her victims and pay fines of 300,000 yuan (US$44,514).

News Source: South China Morning Post

Photo Source: Shanghai Disneyland

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