The Control and Anti-Corruption Commission in Saudi Arabia has published a video showing the method used by a defendant in corruption cases to hide money in an underground safe.
The clip, which was published by the commission on its Twitter account, shows the most prominent criminal and disciplinary cases that it has recently undertaken, and it has reached 889 cases.
One of those involved in these cases dug a hole two meters deep in a room in his house, covered it with a concrete material, and then covered it with ceramic tiles to hide his illegal money.
Earlier, the Saudi authorities announced the arrest of 13 government employees, 4 businessmen and 5 residents working for contracting companies, as part of a major corruption case affecting the Riyadh region.
The total amount of cash found in their homes amounted to more than 193 million Saudi riyals, which were hidden in various places, most notably the suspended ceiling, the water tank, a service room in a mosque, and an underground safe.
Source: “Control and Anti-Corruption Authority”
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