An 18-year-old student was sentenced to six months in jail for sitting examinations for his "customer" in Hong Kong.
Zhao Chunlin, from Henan in China, pleaded guilty to three charges of conspiracy to defraud and using a forged identity pass.
He was paid RMB2,500 (RM1,182) to take three papers - microeconomics, macroeconomics and calculus - in the Advanced Placement Examinations for a Hong Kong student.
He went to the island on a travel permit on May 18.
On May 19, he successfully hid his real identity from the examiners and took two papers.
When he was about to sit for the third paper at the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessmen Authority the next day, an examiner noticed his ID was different from the others.
Upon checking, the examiner found the card was fake.
Zhao, who was enrolled at a university in United States, said a man - named Ricky - approached him in Shenzhen to sit for someone else's examination for RMB2,500 for each paper.
He took the offer with an intention to ease the financial burden of his parents, who worked 10 hours a day to raise his tuition fees.
Source: Apple Daily