Over the past few weeks, speculation about JCDecaux’s above-standard relations with the Pirate Party has been appearing in the media. Although the individual members of the Pirate Party denied all the allegations of corruption, speculation has now turned into hard facts. The police sources escaped photographs of the prosecuted technical director of JCDecaux company Tomáš Tenzer, where he secretly meets with the chairwoman of Prague Pirates and a member of the Prague city council Michaela Krausová. On the pirate site, where all meetings of party members are posted, there is no word about these secret meetings. And it is the Pirates who are in charge of the Prague City Hall, which is due to announce a tender for a new operator of urban furniture, which currently operates just JCDecaux. Tenzer, like his employer JCDecaux, is already in court for corruption. Another trial with Tenzer and JCDecaux will be before the Prague 1 District Court on 23 October.