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Australia NSW gaming machine racket busted

02:52  20 january  2020
02:52  20 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Two men have been hit with hefty fines and legal costs totalling $100,000 after NSW authorities discovered the pair were involved in an illegal gaming machine rebirthing racket. © AAP Images Two men have been hit with hefty fines and legal costs totalling $100,000 after NSW authorities discovered the pair were involved in an illegal gaming machine rebirthing racket. Two men have been hit with hefty fines and legal costs totalling $100,000 after NSW authorities discovered the pair were involved in an illegal gaming machine rebirthing racket.

Gaming machine technician Riad Allam and machine seller Justin Layden were involved in the sale, purchase and consignment of gaming machines without required authorisation, according to the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority.

A Liquor and Gaming NSW investigation recovered 43 retired gaming machines from a warehouse at Chipping Norton in NSW's southwest and at a licensed venue on Sydney's north shore.

Mr Allam has been banned from the industry for three years and faces fines and costs of $66,000, while Mr Layden has been banned for one year with fines and costs of $34,000.

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