Planes, vintage racing cars, watches, diamonds and fine wines were among the luxury goods which the Australian Federal Police allege were bought with the earnings of one of the largest tax fraud syndicates Australia has ever seen.
Not to mention cash -- a whole lot of it.
The Australian Federal Police also seized 18 properties, froze over 100 bank accounts and arrested nine people during raids across Sydney on Wednesday. They also located and seized $1 million cash found in a safe box.
A 10th person has now been arrested and charged in relation to the alleged illegal syndicate, which the AFP believe has been operating since at least June last year.
Simon Anquetil, 33, was arrested at Sydney Airport on Thursday.
As the former chief executive of Plutus, the payroll company at the centre of the AFP's inquiries, it is alleged that Anquetil conspired to defraud taxpayers of over $165 million.
Another high profile figure, Adam Cranston, who is the son of ATO Deputy Commissioner Michael Cranston, has also been charged with defrauding the Commonwealth.
If convicted, both men face a maximum 10-year jail sentence, according to the Australian Financial Review.
The arrests follow an eight-month Australian Federal Police investigation, codenamed Operation Elbrus. The AFP worked in collaboration with the ATO, which had alerted the police of potentially fraudulent activity occurring within their internal systems early this year.
Here's a look at just some of the luxury goods the Australian Federal Police seized during Wednesday's raids on 28 homes and businesses across Sydney, Wollongong and the Southern Highlands.
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