Believed size matters, apparently
| Diamond trader reportedly died during ‘(unit) enhancement procedure’
By Tariq Tahir, The Sun
| A billionaire diamond trader has died during a genital enlargement operation at a posh Parisian clinic.
[Google censors prohibit us from using the anatomically correct name for his, er, unit. – Ed.]
Ehud Arye Laniado died at the age of 65 in a clinic on the Champs-Elysees.
According to local media, complications proved fatal when a substance was injected directly into his male organ.
The billionaire, whose exact fortune is not publicly known, got in trouble with the authorities in 2013. Surgeon: How I Sewed John Wayne Bobbitt’s Unit Back On
He faced a claim for 4 billion British pounds from the Belgian authorities for tax evasion on diamonds illegally imported from Congo and Angola.
Even though two courts dismissed the claim, an appeals court ordered a new trial with Laniado due to appear in court on March 14.
Laniado’s company, Omega Diamonds, which is based in the Belgian city of Antwerp, where most of the world’s top diamond traders operate, confirmed his passing.
A statement read: “It is with great sadness that we confirm that our founder Ehud Arye Laniado has passed away.”
According to media reports, Laniado suffered from a so-called Napoleon complex due his short stature. Short Or Tall, Your Height Has A Role In Heart Risks
An old friend of Laniado who wished to remain anonymous said that Laniado was “always focused on his appearance and how others perceived him.” Hell On Earth: El Chapo’s Future In SuperMax
The only time he forgot about his short height was when he asked his accountant to read out his bank statement, something which he did multiple times a day. Read more.
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