The British manager of a hospitality firm being investigated over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales has handed himself in to a judge in Brazil.
Ray Whelan who runs Match Hospitality had been sought by police investigating the illegal resale of VIP World Cup tickets at hugely inflated prices.But when they tried to arrest him four days ago he was not at his Rio de Janeiro hotel.
Match, a Fifa partner firm, had exclusive rights to sell VIP tickets for the World Cup and Whelan denies any wrongdoing.
Having turned himself in to judge Rosita Maria de Oliveira Netto he is expected to be questioned by police shortly.
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