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Tax police arrest man living in luxury, claimed poverty

Expensive holidays, fancy cars catch up with evader

Tax police arrest man living in luxury, claimed poverty

Savona, August 26 - A man who claimed for years to be broke, yet actually owned luxury cars and took expensive vacations, has been nabbed by Italian tax authorities. The 58-year-old man, who lived for 40 years in Italy, tried his best to appear destitute, putting his penthouse apartment in his ex-wife's name, another in his son's name, and registered his BMW as belonging to a friend - all to try to avoid attention from tax authorities, they said Monday. He also worked as an engineering consultant to large firms, earning a high salary that he tried to conceal, they added. He stands accused of false billing as well as tax evasion.

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