Man spends three weeks living in airport executive lounges

He lived the high life in Singapore Airport. (Getty Images)

A man, who squatted inside Singapore airport, and forged boarding passes has been arrested for two weeks.

Raejali Buntut lived a luxury life during the weeks he spent inside the terminal of the airport in Southeast Asia by doctoring boarding passes on his personal computer and allowing access to showers and restaurants inside the building.

According to the Metro newspaper, the 33-year-old man would download the logo for Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines and to create passes for nine different lounges within the airport, which included a fake flight number and destination.

However, his luck was over when staff in the building cottoned on to his "blatantly lawless behaviour".

As a result, Mr Buntut has been arrested for two weeks.