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July 08, 2018


Fake sultan was scamming a Miami billionaire. Then he ate pork


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"Yeah, I'll have the pulled-wool sandwich..."

He also has $58 million USD he needs transferred out of the country. Please help!

He should have gone with the fried iguana and eggs.

Lisa Marie Presley invested a considerable chunk of the King's wealth with the Sultan.

His real name, Sultan Been Colluding to Defraud, aka The Big Con, should have been a dead give away.

We have a friend who graduated from an online college who is a lot like the Sultan. He's a financial adviser. When my wife mentions the Sultan, I say, 'Ahem." His latest project is getting thing ready for his Vietnamese mail order bride.

Investors were tipped off by one of his business cards: "Sultan of Swing"

Gignac's brother Cognac is known for his distillery holdings in France.

Thanks a lot Stixnstonz. Now that stupid song is going to be stuck in my head for the rest of the day. I have a feeling this is the billionaire version of the Nigerian Prince scam.

Investigators have just discovered the 'Sultan' is a partner in a shady bool meat business in Zitaly.

NC - Any time (*Smacks his own head for her)

I could use a few million to help get my zeppelin home delivery service off the ground, so to speak.

Bacon. It's not just for breakfast anymore.

* snork * @ AmoebaStampede

Unfortunately, over an hour after I first read it...

Why would anyone with money live in Miami ?

I was hoping the punch line would be them dragging him out of Mar-a-Lago in chains, but he decided to go after rich people instead.

Anthony Gignac, c'mon down! We'd like to ask you some questions!

"And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling bacon and pork products!"

Aw, thanks, fractalist. Glad to have Mandelbrot you a however-delayed smile.

I can't help but think they wouldn't be pissed off all the time and blowing things up if they were just allowed to have bacon...

To borrow a line from the classic Humphrey Bogart movie, "We're No Angels":

"You've got to admire him, even if you don't."

Gignac, who was adopted by a Michigan family as a boy, grew up to become an international swindler.

And at the Fox Writers Group, another incarnation of 24,
A sideplot for Empire, and a reality show featuring Gordon Ramsey have just been born!

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