A corrupt Fry’s executive and his luxury demands

Ausaf Omar Siddiqui, the Fry’s Electronics executive who squandered $120 million in Las Vegas casinos over three years and then tried to misappropriate money to cover his gambling debts, had a whole big list of lavish fancies. “ Fiji water, grouped in a bottle of three. Golden raisins and warmed mixed nuts. Aramis cologne and badger hair shaving brush. Lint-free towels, Dom Perignon Rose Champagne, and Kurosawa Sake in the fridge. And never under any circumstances approach him from behind.”

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The maids made sure they arranged bowls of Glitterati Mentissimo Peppermints with a single rose throughout the suite, so they didn’t have to be a victim of Mr. Siddiqui’s fury. They also stocked his shower with Nixon shampoo, and white vases were a total no-no for him since he considered bad luck.

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