Stag do guests fleeced out of £13k quizzed by police

Friends of a jilted groom are being questioned by police after they were scammed out of thousands of pounds they had saved for a stag-do in Ibiza.

Chris Mahone, 27, let his fiancée Ms Doran, 29, organise the four-day trip for him and 29 friends ahead of their .

But Ms Doran, from Cleator Moir in Cumbria, allegedly fled with the cash and has since been arrested by police on suspicion of fraud. 

Chris Mahone, 27, let his fiancée Ms Doran, 29, organise the four-day trip for him and 29 friends ahead of their wedding. But guests are now being questioned after they were allegedly fleeced

Chris Mahone, 27, let his fiancée Ms Doran, 29, organise the four-day trip for him and 29 friends ahead of their . But guests are now being questioned after they were allegedly fleeced

Mr Mahone has reportedly been offered some £5,000 to appear on TV, and tickets to take his friends on holiday. But he is too 'ashamed, embarassed and gutted for his mates' to accept

Mr Mahone has reportedly been offered some £5,000 to appear on TV, and tickets to take his friends on holiday. But he is too 'ashamed, embarassed and gutted for his mates' to accept

When Mr Mahone and his friends arrived at the airport, they found Ms Doran had allegedly charged them £440 each and provided them with fake boarding passes and documents appearing to be from a local travel agency.

It has also been claimed she asked 20 of her own friends to pay £300 each for a hen party in Edinburgh next month.  

They are now reportedly being questioned by police.

The couple were believed to be planning a £5,000 in their hometown of Cleator Moor. 

Mr Mahone has reportedly been offered some £5,000 to appear on television, and tickets to take his friends on holiday.

But he is too 'ashamed, embarrassed and gutted

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