65-YEAR-OLD BILLIONAIRE WITH EVERYTHING DIES GETTING PENIS ENLARGEMENT
So they say that diamonds are forever. But for the billionaire diamond mogul, Ehud Arye Laniado, that truism hurts so much the world is not enough of a stage for the irony. Laniado just passed away at the age of 65 years. But how did he pass away? He had a heart attack as a complication in surgery. But what kind of surgery did Laniado have? Well, he had a penis enlargement procedure. That’s right. This poor sap had everything. Well, maybe everything except a larger penis. But this speaks loudly to the masculine complex. So is it a tragedy? Or simply foolish inferiority?
HAS A HEART ATTACK AS DOCTORS TRIED TO MAKE HIS PENIS BIGGER
Laniado had the penis enlargement procedure at a medical clinic in Paris, France. He was a Belgian-Israeli dual national and owned Omega Diamonds in Antwerp, Belgium. The company issued a statement on Facebook confirming his death, saying, “It is with great sadness that we confirm the news that our founder, Ehud Arye Laniado passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019. He was 65 years old. After living an exceptional life Ehud will be brought back home to Israel as his final resting place. He will be dearly missed by us all.”
EVEN BILLIONAIRES CAN FEEL INFERIOR, BUT A SHAME NONETHELESS
But it is a tragedy and highlights how having it all doesn’t really matter. So one of Laniado’s friends commented to media saying that he “always focused on his appearance and how others perceived him.” But despite is wealth and success, Laniado would check into his bank account several times every single day to see what the balance was. But Laniado was one of the most important experts in the world at valuing raw diamonds! That’s no casual talent or skill. So without him, there would have been no sale of the Blue Moon of Josephine. That was the most expensive diamond in the world at $48.4 million.
But this poor mogul guy. Or mogul idiot. He had it all. Except what he thought he lacked. But he even owned the most expensive penthouse in Monaco, with a value of $40 million.