Who is Cameron Lachlan Milne? Australian Pilot Deported for Abusing Cops Wiki Bio Instagarm

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A 41-year-old Australian private jet pilot has been deported to Australia after serving his sentence in Singapore. The pilot has been identified as Cameron Lachlan Milne. Milne was sentenced to 10 weeks in prison by a Singapore court after creating a nuisance and abusing a Singapore police officer. Milne’s employment card in Singapore has been revoked and he will no longer be allowed to enter Singapore. The Singapore Ministry of Interior released an official statement confirming this incident.

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    Australian pilot Cameron Lachlan Milne

The whole incident happened on June 14, 2018, while Milne was in Singapore meeting his friends for a drink at the boat wharf before heading to another bar on the Pan Pacific. He had a few vodka shots with his friends and was very drunk. After that, Milne went to a supermarket in Marina Bay, where he got into an argument with the workers, and later he also started throwing things at the store’s workers. Seeing the situation worsening, supermarket workers called the police. Milne attempted to hide and flee before police arrived.

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But Milne was arrested by the police. At the time police arrested Milne, he was heavily intoxicated and also verbally abused the cops. He also kicked the cops in the police car while he was in jail. He violently kicked the officers sitting in the front seat of the police car. Milne was accused of causing harassment in public after she got heavily drunk, verbally abused and hit police. Milne was sentenced by the Singapore court to 10 weeks in prison and a $5,000 fine.

As you know he was arrested by the officers, he served his sentence and was deported back to his country Australia on Wednesday 12th May 2022. After this crime, Milne’s work permit in Singapore was revoked. He was also banned from entering Singapore. This case has generated a lot of buzz on social media and the internet. Many of the netizens criticized Milne for all the harassment he caused in Singapore. Most praised the court’s ruling and were pleased that he was deported back to Australia. Stay tuned with us for the latest national and international updates and news.

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