16 people were caught gambling and two of them were celebrities. .

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The South Sulawesi Regional Police raided a gambling activity carried out at a hotel in Makassar City, South Sulawesi. A total of 16 people were arrested. From the list, the police said there were two female celebrities who were arrested.

The Head of Resmob of the South Sulawesi Police, AKP Dharma Negara, said that the disclosure of this case began with public information. Officers then immediately headed to the location.

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“They were caught playing Texas Holdem Poker and Qiu-qiu gambling,” Dharma told reporters, Thursday (12/8).

In this disclosure, the police managed to arrest 16 perpetrators. Among them were 12 men, each with the initials, MFM (23), TV (26), MIP (25), SP (30), DI (27), AMI (25), AI (26), AFF (26 ), AEM (24), PGD (24), AF (27) and MI (28). The rest were women with the initials MW (31), KN (28), I (25) and AA (25).

Of the 16 perpetrators, two women are celebrities. They are KN and I. KN is the owner of beauty cosmetic products in Makassar. Meanwhile, the actor with the initials I, also works as a DJ.

“There were two celebrities who were arrested during the raid. They played Qiu-qiu gambling,” he said.

Dharma added that they are a group of youths who often gamble once a week. They carried out the action in a number of luxury hotels in Makassar.
Dharma added that they are a group of youths who often gamble once a week. They carried out the action in a number of luxury hotels in Makassar.

In this case, the police managed to confiscate evidence in the form of IDR 3,230,000 in cash, a set of poker gambling equipment, two sets of dominoes and a set of playing cards. For their actions, they have now been secured at the South Sulawesi Police Headquarters for further legal proceedings.

In this case, the police managed to confiscate evidence in the form of IDR 3,230,000 in cash, a set of poker gambling equipment, two sets of dominoes and a set of playing cards. For their actions, they have now been secured at the South Sulawesi Police Headquarters for further legal proceedings.

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