The strangest objects seized from the mansion on the cliff top of John Ibrahim revealed

Eyebrows (pictured) nipple clamps and dildos were among the strange objects found in John Ibrahim's mansion in Sydney during police raids on his exclusive property

Eyebrows, nipple clamps and dildos were some of the strange objects found in John Ibrahim's mansion in Sydney during police raids on his property.

According to reports, on August 8, 2017 two pairs of eyebrows were found in the exclusive house of Ibrahim in Dover Heights, in the raid of August 8, 2017.

The identity of former nightclub Kings Cross told the publication that he had "no comment" when asked what the eyebrows were on Friday.

Eyebrows (pictured) nipple clamps and dildos were among the strange objects found in John Ibrahim's mansion in Sydney during police raids on his exclusive property

Eyebrows (pictured) nipple clamps and dildos were among the strange objects found in John Ibrahim's mansion in Sydney during police raids on his exclusive property

Ibrahim, 47, an old Kings Cross nightclub identity, photographed at Westmead Hospital on November 19, 2017. He told reporters he had no "comments" on seized items.

Ibrahim, 47, an old Kings Cross nightclub identity, photographed at Westmead Hospital on November 19, 2017. He told reporters he had no "comments" on seized items.

Ibrahim, 47, an old Kings Cross nightclub identity, photographed at Westmead Hospital on November 19, 2017. He told reporters he had no "comments" on seized items.

Mr. Ibrahim's luxury property overlooks water in Dover Heights, Sydney, near Bondi Beach

Mr. Ibrahim's luxury property overlooks water in Dover Heights, Sydney, near Bondi Beach

Mr. Ibrahim's luxury property overlooks water in Dover Heights, Sydney, near Bondi Beach

The hair follicles were found in the classroom, on a shelf, between a computer desk and the fireplace, officials told News Corp.

Police in New South Wales were unable to provide further details to Daily Mail Australia on items seized during the raid.

This is not the first time that strange elements are extracted from Mr. Ibrahim's mansion in the eastern suburbs.

Ibrahim, 47, wrote in his book "The Last King of the Cross" that the researchers found sex toys and nipple clamps in a prior search of the property.

"First are the dildos, then the ticklers, and then a pack of nipple clamps," he wrote.

"The policemen are becoming more and more curious as they clean my fun cupboard, looking for the lost city of hidden cash."

Ibrahim (pictured) wrote in his book "The Last King of the Cross" that the researchers found sex toys and nipple clamps in a prior search of the property. He is photographed with Margaret Staltaro, and his brother Michael, on the right

Ibrahim (pictured) wrote in his book "The Last King of the Cross" that the researchers found sex toys and nipple clamps in a prior search of the property. He is photographed with Margaret Staltaro, and his brother Michael, on the right

Ibrahim (pictured) wrote in his book "The Last King of the Cross" that the researchers found sex toys and nipple clamps in a prior search of the property. He is photographed with Margaret Staltaro, and his brother Michael, on the right

The details of the August 2017 raid came after Ibrahim was given a firearm ban order after another raid in late July 2018.

His business partner, Kyle Sandilands, joked at the time with the media: "There are no guns here, but maybe an unused sex toy."

Ibrahim was neither charged nor arrested after any of the raids on his mansion, and Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting any wrongdoing.

The details of the August 2017 raid came after Ibrahim was given a firearm ban order after another raid in late July 2018.

The details of the August 2017 raid came after Ibrahim was given a firearm ban order after another raid in late July 2018.

The details of the August 2017 raid came after Ibrahim was given a firearm ban order after another raid in late July 2018.

Police are seen at the home of Kings Cross club owner John Ibrahim during a police operation in Sydney on Tuesday, August 8.

Police are seen at the home of Kings Cross club owner John Ibrahim during a police operation in Sydney on Tuesday, August 8.

Police are seen at the home of Kings Cross club owner John Ibrahim during a police operation in Sydney on Tuesday, August 8.

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