The ripples of Shanghai's pension scandal may be spreading into the property sector, the South China Morning Post reported. Zhu Wenjin, director of the Shanghai Housing and Land Administration's land use management section, was reportedly detained last Friday night. The newspaper said the information first appeared in the 21st Century Business Herald, which claimed that Zhu, who oversaw land-use rights, leasing and other transactions, had income he could not account for. The Chinese newspaper did not link the detention with Shanghai's pension fund scandal, which has brought down a number of high-ranking figures in the city. But property industry officials said they expect more detentions in the sector as part of the fallout from the scandal. City government and administration officials declined to comment on the report.