In recent news, a man from Triplicane, Chennai was duped of Rs 90,000 in an IPL ticket scam. The victim, N Arunkumar, came across a post on Instagram by a person named Vinod Yadav who claimed to have 20 IPL tickets for sale. Yadav demanded money in various installments to confirm the tickets and after negotiations, Arunkumar transferred the money. However, Yadav neither provided the promised tickets nor returned the money, leading Arunkumar to file a complaint with the police. Separately, police in Triplicane arrested 13 people for selling IPL tickets in the black market for the match between Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Capitals. They seized 17 tickets and Rs 77,000 in cash from the suspects. This incident highlights the dangers of falling prey to fraudulent schemes and the need to be cautious while buying tickets for high-profile events.