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The Block: Omar and Oz are accused of ‘dodgy deal’ by Ronnie Caceres

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Omar and Oz of The Block are accused of “dodgy trading” as Ronnie Caceres suspects their traditions work for FREE: “Are these all your cousins?”

The arrival of returning contestant Ronnie Caceres to The Block this week has Omar and Oz under investigation for their questionable spending.

Western Sydney’s best friends, both 30, are criticized for how little they’ve spent on merchants so far, leading to suspicions that they aren’t paying them at all.

Shortly after Ronnie arrives at the construction site, he suspects that Omar and Oz are saving money by letting their friends and family help for free.

Returning contestant Ronnie Caceres’ arrival to The Block this week will see Omar and Oz (pictured) investigated for their questionable spending

In fact, if they use free labor, it gives them an unfair advantage over the other teams, who have to use money from their budget to pay their builders, scraps, electricians and plasterers.

Alarm bells ring for Ronnie, 46, the moment he sets foot in Omar and Oz’s house and accuses the boys of ‘dodgy deal’, reports New idea.

“Something isn’t right,” says the franchise veteran turned detective.

Shortly after Ronnie arrives at the construction site, he suspects Omar and Oz are saving money by letting their friends and family help for free.

Shortly after Ronnie arrives at the construction site, he suspects Omar and Oz are saving money by letting their friends and family help for free.

Omar and Oz were the most budget conscious for plasterers, spending $7,500…

Western Sydney’s best friends, both 30, are criticized for how little they’ve spent on merchants so far, leading to suspicions that they’re not paying them at all. As revealed at the show last week, they spent just $7,500 plastering, which is a lot less than the other teams

Having previously appeared on the renovation show Nine with his wife Georgia twice before, he knows everything there is to know about balancing a budget.

So the sight of more than a dozen tradies at work is a big red flag, especially after Omar and Oz got noticed last week for being so under budget.

Foreman Keith shares Ronnie’s concerns about the unusually high number of artisans working on their home, but the boys insist they’re doing everything by the book.

A trailer that aired at the end of Sunday's episode teases the drama to come.  Ronnie is shown arriving at the Macedon Ranges construction site in a limousine

A trailer that aired at the end of Sunday’s episode teases the drama to come. Ronnie is shown arriving at the Macedon Ranges construction site in a limousine

Meanwhile, word quickly spreads to the other teams, who are left seething with rage.

A trailer that aired at the end of Sunday’s episode teases the drama to come.

Ronnie arrives at the Macedon Ranges construction site in a limousine, just in time for kitchen week, and steps out of the vehicle with a flute of champagne.

When he visits Omar and Oz's house, he drops the act of friendly and makes serious charges of breaking the rules.  'I counted 17 transactions at House 5. Something is not right', he says

When he visits Omar and Oz’s house, he drops the act of friendly and makes serious charges of breaking the rules. ‘I counted 17 transactions at House 5. Something is not right’, he says

“I’ve come to help,” he announces, before the promo cuts back on inspecting the homes in progress.

When he visits Omar and Oz’s house, he suddenly drops the act of kindness and starts making serious charges of breaking the rules.

“I counted 17 transactions in house 5. Something isn’t right,” he says, before yelling at the mates, “Are these all your cousins?”

The Block continues Monday at 7:30pm on Channel Nine

Alarm bells ring for Ronnie as soon as he sets foot in the couple's house and asks them bluntly,

Alarm bells ring for Ronnie as soon as he sets foot in the couple’s house and asks them bluntly, “Are these all your cousins?”

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