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Staffers At Versailles Indicted For Selling Counterfeit Tickets

“First it was suspected counterfeit chairs, and now, counterfeit tickets – the Palace of Versailles is having a rough year. Five employees of the opulent tourist attraction were indicted for fraud on Monday, after French police confirmed a fake ticket conspiracy suspected by innocent colleagues.”
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