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Albanian mafia smuggling potentially lethal fake booze to party isle where Brit girl was blinded by shots
A booze price war fuelled by crime gangs is leaving many others at risk
Mafia gangs are behind the sale of deadly booze endangering young Brits on holiday, an investigation has revealed.
Hannah Powell, 20, was left blind after a night out drinking with friends on the Greek holiday isle Zante.
Now the Sunday People has disclosed how a booze price war fuelled by Albanian crime gangs is leaving many others at risk.
Our disturbing probe reveals how:
- The gangs import the cut-price bottles of spirits which are smuggled from warehouses in Bulgaria.
- Innocent waiters often have no idea about the lethal contents of the booze.
- Hospitals on Zante were overwhelmed with huge numbers of sick Brits who poisoned themselves with alcohol this summer.
One concerned local said: “Getting control of the bars and clubs here is big business.
“And Albanian gangsters now run the show. The key is being able to serve drinks at the cheapest possible price.
“Where a cocktail used to cost six euros, now we are told to sell them for two euros.
“Drinks are cheaper because money is saved by importing spirits here from Bulgaria.
“They are so cheap and they can make huge profits selling them on.
“The gangs have associates in Bulgaria who make the booze in secret factories hidden in houses and backyards then sell them on for tourists here to drink.
“It’s very dangerous because they are not professionals.
“They do not check the methanol content and the process can go badly wrong. It puts lives at extreme risk.”
The fake booze – often known as “Bulgarian rakı” – is smuggled from Bulgaria across Europe.
It is sold in and poured from legitimate-looking bottles which appear completely legal to holidaymakers.
But unlike alcohol fit for human consumption, methanol is a highly-toxic industrial substance and is used in anti-freeze, paint thinner, nail-polish remover and some fuels.
Rogue bar owners across Greece have previously been known to use methanol – also known as methyl alcohol or wood alcohol – as an alcohol substitute to hide when drinks have been watered down.
The clear fluid provides the same buzz as alcohol and is a lot cheaper.
But consumption of as little as four millilitres can cause permanent blindness when it attacks the optical nerve.
Other effects can include brain damage and speech and memory problems.
Speaking about the escalating problem, our whistleblower said: “In the last three or four years following the financial crisis here in Greece the Albanian Mafia have taken control of large parts of the island, including the supply line to a lot of the tourist bars as well as the drugs trade and prostitution here.
“They do not care about people or the human cost of what they do.
“All they are concerned about is making money and doing so as quickly as possible.
“About five years ago the price of most spirits in the tourist bars here was around six euros.
“Then after the Albanian mafia moved in and began offering the cheap alcohol to the bars, the price of drinks began going down.
“Other bars were forced to lower their prices and buy from them as well so that they could compete financially.
“The same drink that used to cost six euros now costs around two euros.”
The bar worker added: “The bars are able to get away with it because a lot of the visitors don’t know or care what it is they’re drinking.
“They just ask for the strongest drink they can buy as their only priority is getting as drunk as possible.
“I understand it is not the customers’ fault if there is methanol in their drink as they are only trying to have a good time.
“But I see especially British girls coming here and spending three to four hundred Euros on alcohol in a week and only about 20 Euros on food. It’s unsurprising they get ill.”
As revealed exclusively in last week’s Sunday People, 20-year-old Hannah Powell, from North Ormesby, Teesside, suffered acute kidney failure and blindness in both eyes after suffering suspected methanol poisoning during her trip to the island.
She was airlifted back to Britain by air ambulance earlier this week.
She is now trying to recover at the James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough, where she is struggling to regain her sight.
Medical administrator Ioannis Papadopoulos works at the emergency treatment centre at the island’s largest resort Laganas where Hannah was first treated after falling ill.
He said: “We have heard Hannah is getting better. We all hope so and she has the best wishes of everyone here.
“As with everything you have good people and bad people in all walks of life, whether it be taxi drivers, restaurant owners or bar owners.
“There are hard-working honest people here all trying to make a living, but the problem is if someone does something bad and tries to make money in the wrong way it affects everyone.
„We treat many British people here every day during the holiday season.
“I would estimate about one in five are alcohol related and others are often indirectly related whether it be fever or illness due to the body being run down.
“Most of the British people who come here are 18-year-olds who are away from their families and away from their country for the first time and they want to have fun.
“It means they can be at an increased risk of problems, but we are always here to try and help if things go wrong.” http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/albanian-mafia-smuggling-potentially-lethal-8808295#rlabs=1%20rt
Media britanike: Mafia shqiptare po shet pije vdekjeprurëse në Greqi
Postuar: 11/09/2016 – 00:03
Grupet shqiptare mafioze fshihen prapa shitjes së pijeve alkoolike vdekjeprurëse në Greqi.
Ky është përfundimi i arritur nga investigimi i medias britanike ‘Sunday People’, që i referohet rastit të një 20-vjeçareje britanike që mbeti e verbër pasi konsumoi alkool në një lokal nate.
Sipas investigimit, gazeta britanike thotë se mafiozët shqiptarë kontrollojnë gjithçka dhe sekreti qëndron në shitjen e pijeve alkoolike me çmim shumë të lirë. Ajo merr si shembull çmimet e kokteileve, që kushtojnë 6 Euro dhe nga shqiptarët shitet për 2 Euro.
“Pijet janë më të lira për shkak se këto pije importohen nga Bullgaria. Ato janë më të lira dhe në këtë mënyrë fitojnë më shumë nga shitja e tyre. Bandat e shqiptarëve kanë bashkëpunëtorë në Bullgari dhe pijet alkoolike i prodhojnë në disa punishte të fshehura nëpër shtëpi. Më pas i shesin për turistët. Ata përdorin një substancë toksike që është shumë e rrezikshme”, shkruhet në artikull.
Informatori i gazetës britanike thotë se mafia shqiptare ka rritur kontrollin e saj në ishullin Zante 4 vitet e fundit pas krizës financiare greke, duke përfshirë furnizimin me alkool të lokaleve t natës, tregtinë e drogës dhe shfrytëzimin e prostitucionit.