A Victorian public servant accepted cash, a white piano and a jet ski named Bazdawgs as he and a colleague improperly awarded $25 million in contracts, an anti-corruption hearing has heard.

Barry Wells and Albert Ooi allegedly gained $3 million from giving Public Transport Victoria contracts to companies they owned, and to other entities in exchange for cash and gifts. The first public hearing of Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) heard on Monday there was extensive evidence of the scheme,…