Millionaire British Playboy Crashes His £270,000 Rolls-Royce Into Restaurant With Two Women Who Clambered Out Of The Back

Millionaire British Playboy Crashes His £270,000 Rolls-Royce Into Restaurant With Two Women Who Clambered Out Of The Back

This is the British playboy millionaire who wrecked his £270,000 Rolls Royce after crashing into a shop in Majorca with two bikini-clad beauties. Jody Sanders reportedly lost control of his vehicle car after his sandals got caught in the pedals as he reversed up a road, and before smashing into a tobacco shop. Locals said he vanished with his two young female friends before traffic cops arrived to breath-test him, abandoning his badly damaged Rolls Royce Dawn Coupe.

Footage of the moment the car crashed appear to show the exposed bottoms of one of the women – believed to be South Americans – poking out of the Rolls as she was hit by flying glass. Sanders, thought to be in his 30s and from Warwickshire, flaunts his wealth on social media, with pictures showing him swigging from a bottle of champagne at the wheel of a expensive car thought to be the one he crashed in.

He drives a Lamborghini and Mercedes Sport as well as the Rolls with the personalised numberplate ‘JODY’ which he crashed. Sanders, who makes no secret of his well-honed body with a string of photos showing off his rippling stomach muscles and biceps, is thought to divide his time between a mansion in the UK and a luxury villa on Majorca, near the crash scene.

Footage of the moment the car crashed appear to show the exposed bottoms of one of the women – believed to be South Americans – poking out of the Rolls as she was hit by flying glass. Sanders, thought to be in his 30s and from Warwickshire, flaunts his wealth on social media, with pictures showing him swigging from a bottle of champagne at the wheel of a expensive car thought to be the one he crashed in.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tiffany's Is Selling A $9,000 Ball Of Yarn If You're Interested

Tiffany's Is Selling A $9,000 Ball Of Yarn If You're Interested

Christmas is around the corner and it is time to start stocking up on gifts for your loved ones. You know, maybe a gift card, a nice shirt, perhaps some perfume or maybe a $9,000 ball of yarn. Wait, come again? That’s right, folks, Tiffany & Co has released their new ‘Everyday Objects’ collection, a batch of things you can probably find around your house or at the bottom of your drawer for free — but Tiffany’s is just selling for an absurd amount of money.

Just take a look at the tweet below to see what we mean.

https://twitter.com/daveryankdwb/status/927513783513374720

As you can see above, you can also reel in your very own bird’s nest for $10,000. What’s that? You prefer a $1,500 paper clip? You got it. Check it out below.

https://twitter.com/IvyKungu/status/927375127326674944

Everyone still hates rich people, right? A $300 yo-yo? I can get one for a quarter. Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer, had this to say about the collection:

“What makes the collection unique is that it incorporates the best quality, craftsmanship and design with a level of functionality that allows you to use these things every day.”

Good joke, Reed. And look at how Twitter feels about all this:

https://twitter.com/TheSafestSpace/status/927210336717033472

https://twitter.com/silicondomme/status/927961284598829056

https://twitter.com/HistoryofSALMON/status/927409842637197312

https://twitter.com/JenAshleyWright/status/927978768022589441

 

https://twitter.com/VaughnFry/status/928077616082452480

I’m sure everyone will be flocking to get these items.

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Runaway Bride Arrested After Stealing $17,000 From Fiancé's Bachelor Party Fund

Runaway Bride Arrested After Stealing $17,000 From Fiancé's Bachelor Party Fund

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Yeah, something tells me they aren’t soulmates.

Let’s all talk about 29-year-old Rachel Doran from Cleator Moir, Cumbria. We need to talk about her because Doran was all ready to get married to 27-year-old Chris Mahone until she changed her mind and became a runaway bride instead. Oh, she also took £13,000 (about $17,000) from her man that was supposed to go towards his bachelor party.

Doran, who was already out on bail over a hotel credit card fraud, was supposed to plan a bachelor party for Mahone and 29 of his friends. But when Mahone and his pals arrived at the airport ready to fly out for his bachelor party they discovered that Doran had charged them about $600 each and provided them each with fake boarding passes and documents appearing to be from a local travel agency.

 

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Doran then fled and went into hiding.

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A Cumbria Constabulary spokesperson told MailOnline: “

Cumbria Constabulary can confirm that a 29-year-old woman, from Cleator Moor, was arrested yesterday evening on suspicion of fraud by false representation. She has since been released under investigation while enquiries continue.”

The extent of Rachel’s reported deception then became apparent and the friends were left stranded at Leeds and Bradford Airport as Chris desperately tried to speak to her.

Rachel had already left their home by the time he had got home. Sources close to Rachel, aged 27, said she believed that Chris had cheated on her and wanted revenge.

 

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Mahone’s friends deny that he ever cheated, but Mahone still took it to his Facebook to apologize to his pals for having been scammed.

“Words cannot describe the pain and feelings that are playing with my head today. I totally want to apologize to all my fantastic mates that were gonna celebrate what was supposed to be my stag do [bachelor party]. I can’t apologize enough. I’m sorry boys I really am.”

Well, for now Doran is not behind bars for now but the investigation continues. As for Mahone, let’s hope the next partner he chooses to marry doesn’t rob him.

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BUY THIS LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SV ROADSTER FOR $2,199,000 AND GET A MATCHING CUSTOM BUILT LAMBORGHINI SPEEDBOAT!

BUY THIS LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR SV ROADSTER FOR $2,199,000 AND GET A MATCHING CUSTOM BUILT LAMBORGHINI SPEEDBOAT!

Lamborghini’s Aventador Super Veloce is an incredible 52-ft, custom-built speedboat that runs on a 1350 bhp engine and can reach up to an impressive 180 mph. Designed as a companion piece to the carmaker’s Aventador supercar, the boat is decked out in the same lime green matching paint job.

 

 


What Happens When You Put 20,000 Volts Into A Watermelon?

What Happens When You Put 20,000 Volts Into A Watermelon?

What happens when you pump 20,000 joules into a watermelon? Two words. Pink Mist.


Psychic Cons $200K From Lacoste Heir

 

 A professional psychic is accused of conning more than $200,000 out of a wealthy University of Colorado student, the Longmont Times-Call reports. Victoria Lacoste—of the Lacoste clothing family—started getting tarot card readings and spiritual advice from 32-year-old Becky Ann Lee, owner of Psychic Chakra Spa in Boulder, last year. In the months that followed, Lee allegedly convinced Lacoste to give her hundreds of thousands of dollars. Authorities say Lee told Lacoste "evil spirits" would attack her if they didn't "continue their work."

Lee allegedly used much of the money to buy gold coins, which she told Lacoste would be used in their rituals, theTimes-Call reports. Authorities say Lee then hocked the coins while ignoring Lacoste's questions about them. She also reportedly had Lacoste buy her gift cards, which she would use to buy items then return them for cash. Lacoste directly transferred funds into Lee's bank account, as well. The psychic has been charged with felony theft. "If you go to someone to read your palm or tarot cards, that's not illegal," the district attorney tells the Times-Call. "If they start manipulating the relationship to mislead or take advantage, then it can lead to criminal charges."

An arrest warrant said Lee is the owner of the Psychic Chakra Spa in Boulder. The phone number to the spa wasn't working and its website has been taken down.  The affidavit said Victoria Lacoste, a student at the University of Colorado, began seeing Lee in 2014 for tarot card readings and later for services as a "spiritual adviser to work on her Chakra balancing."

Police said Lee convinced Lacoste — who is a member of the family that founded the Lacoste clothing company — to give her more than $200,000 in cash over the course of about a year, the affidavit said.  The two of them used the money to buy gold coins, which Lee allegedly told Lacoste would be used in her rituals. Police said she instead pawned them, and dodged Lacoste's questions about when she would get them back.

Lacoste declined to comment for this story.

Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett said the case against Lee is significant because there are often more victims who might not have come forward because they were embarrassed.  He said that if people do come forward in such cases, authorities might be better able to protect others

Lee is also accused of convincing Lacoste to buy her gift cards, which police said she used to buy items and return them for cash. Lacoste also transferred large amounts of money into Lee's bank account. Police believe that, overall, Lacoste withdrew about $250,000 from her own account, the affidavit said.

The affidavit said that Lee pressured Lacoste to "continue their work" or "evil spirits" would gain more power over her, and she convinced Lacoste to lie to her parents about why she kept needing more money.

The affidavit said that after police contacted Lee in August, she told Lacoste not to talk to the police because it would get Lee into trouble. She convinced Lacoste in September to sign a contract for "life coaching" that said they would "mutually decide" on how to dispose of the coins.

Court records indicate that Lee has previous convictions for driving while ability impaired, assault and reckless endangerment, and the affidavit said she also had an open forgery warrant out of Arizona.

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Psychic Cons $200K From Lacoste Heir