A 65-year-old diamond dealer died during a penis enlargement process, reports the Belgian media. Ehud Arye Laniado, a Belgian-Israeli dual national, suffered a massive heart attack in a nameless private clinic in Paris just moments after an unknown substance was injected into his penis.
Laniado's company, Antwerp-based Omega Diamonds, confirmed its existence in an official statement: "With great sadness we confirm the news that our founder, Ehud Arye Laniado, passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019. He was 65 years old. After an extraordinary life, Ehud is brought to Israel as the final resting place. He will be missed by all of us.
A friend of Laniado, who spoke to the Belgian GVA newspaper, said he "always focused on his appearance and how others perceive him" and checked his own bank balance. several times a day. "
Laniado, who is known as an expert on the valuation of diamonds, began his career in Africa in his early twenties, having worked for a short time as a hotel masseur in Tel Aviv. In 201
At the time of his death, Laniado and his business partner Sylvain Goldberg were suspected of lying about the origins of Angola and Congo diamonds, and owed 4.6 billion euros in unpaid taxes. The two men were supposed to appear in court on March 14th.