Officials spent most of yesterday counting large sums of money at the two Ibiza super clubs.
Around 40 members of the police and officials from Spain's national Tax Agency entered Pacha (6:30 AM) and Ushuaïa (8 AM) on Thursday, September 15th. They spent most of that day there counting large sums of cash, which, according to Diario De Ibiza, amounted to several million Euros in total. "Now we just have to verify if the amounts correspond to those declared in the companies' accounting records," said a high-ranking tax agent. Officials also took with them various business documents for further inspection.
This is the second round of raids to hit Ibiza clubs in recent months, after Space and Privilege were looked into as part of Operation Chopin, a nationwide investigation into fraud in the nightlife industry.
Watch a clip of officials counting money (via Diario De Ibiza).
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Photo credit: Vicent Marí / Diario De Ibiza