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Japan Police Arrest Scaplers of Big Bang Concert

By Staff Writer | June 18, 2012 09:16 AM EDT

Japan Police Arrest Scaplers of Big Bang Concert
Japan Police Arrest Scaplers of Big Bang Concert (Photo : YG)

Big Bang currently on their world tour starting with Japan. However, there have been many that have been selling the tickets for as much as $900 USD per ticket.

On June 18 at the Japan concert, police arrested two men that are under investigation who are suspected to have been selling these illegal tickets.

According to local media, on June 17, the suspects to have approached undercover investigators to sell these illegal tickets at a station nearby Saitama Super Arena where the concert was to be held.

According to the police, they were selling the tickets far way for then the original price.

Big Bang has currently started their world tour in Japan. They have also had their solo concert in Indonesia, which tickets sold out in just 30 seconds. 2NE1 also plans to have a concert in Korea on June 28 and 29 at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. They will also begin their world tour afterwards.

Tagged :  Big Bang, Alive Tour 2012, Alive World Tour, Alive Tour

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