They judge the two managers of a restaurant in Dénia accused of keeping more than 265.000 euros of the business by charging the drinks but not registering them.
The Prosecutor's Office maintains that from July 2015 to November 2017, the defendants canceled accounts made after the issuance of proof of payment. In this way, they kept the money paid by customers without the amounts being reflected in cash. According to the public prosecution, with this procedure they took more than 265.000 euros in three years.
The Public Prosecutor, in the trial that takes place between Monday and Thursday of this week, requests for each of the two defendants a sentence of six and a half years in prison for a continuing crime of fraud.