JOHANNESBURG - South Africa arrested two
people on charges of illegally selling World Cup tickets,
officials said on Friday.
Police seized laptops and 122 World Cup tickets during a
raid at their hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg, and took one
Briton and a Zimbabwean-born U.S. passport holder Brendan Keith
Evans into custody.
Tickets touts in South Africa are cashing in on the world's
most-watched sport event, selling tickets for the final at up to
Both accused appeared in the special World Cup court on
Thursday where they were both granted bail of 15,000 rand
($1,940) each. They will appear in court again on July 28.
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