The weather at the Stone Mountain can change at any moment.
The iconic stone mountain in north Wales has become the subject of an investigation into whether it is being exploited by the UK Government.
The National Audit Office (NAO) has been tasked with investigating whether Stone Mountain is being used to sell beer.
NAO has been told that there is a ‘problem’ in the way the mountain is being managed.
In the event that it is found to be in breach of the law, the NAO can impose an economic penalty on the estate.
It can also suspend the estate’s license for the duration of the investigation.
It’s been an intense two weeks since the NAOs report was handed down.
There were no immediate reports of any damage or injury caused to the property.
Stone Mountain has become a hot topic for many after the NAA’s report revealed it was selling the estate at a loss.
Last month, it emerged the estate was being auctioned off in a bid to ‘rebuild’ the area.
According to the NAos report, Stone Mountain ‘has been unable to establish a viable source of income from the site since 2013, with the majority of the estate currently owned by the Estate Agents’.
This meant it was ‘not possible to provide for its own upkeep, nor to maintain its services in the event of a change in ownership’.
NAOs report is expected to provide a further update on the situation at the estate later this year.
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