Saturday, May 30, 2015   

(World Cup) British ticket official turns himself in
(07-15 12:30)

A British World Cup ticketing executive wanted in Brazil for alleged involvement with a scalping network, turned himself in on Monday, a Rio state prosecutor said.
Ray Whelan, a director of FIFA partner Match Services, left his Rio hotel before police could detain him last Thursday, surrendered to a Rio judge, prosecutor Marcus Kac said. --AFP   
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