November 4, 2010

"Lawsuit exposes royal prince's bizarre sex statues — of HIMSELF."

That Daily News front-page teaser got me to click, and it was well worth it. The pictures of the statues are absolutely hilarious. (No nudity revealed in the cropped photos.)
Photographs of the pieces obtained by the Daily News show an endowed, muscular prince in a series of sexual positions with the woman, one of many at his beck and call. [Prince Jefri] Bolkiah has multiple wives and a harem of lovelies.
The prince is suing over the price his ex-advisers took for selling an estate — where he stored the statues. They only got $11 million for it. The prince's lawsuit and his efforts to exclude the statues as evidence at trial led to this complete exposure of the embarrassing statues.

People, think before you sue!

We had no thoughts at all about about Prince Bolkiah before he sued, and now his name is associated only with this one thing. And by "thing," I don't mean his cock. But he is well-endowed. In the statues!

21 comments:

NotYourTypicalNewYorker said...

Yeah but how many loafs can he pinch in one day?

Solid, I mean....

AllenS said...

It would be nice to be king, but prince ain't half bad either.

Pastafarian said...

What, like none of you have statues of your genitalia? Give me a break. In my personal favorite, my loincloth is draped seductively about my ankles, as I hold my erect member in one hand, and a tether attached to a frightened goat in the other.

What? Why are you looking at me that way?

Seriously, am I the only one?

Joe said...

(The Crypto Jew)

Well Pasta it's only problematic if the goat is MALE. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

edutcher said...

I love the comment in the article, "At least this guy, unlike Michael Jackson, was interested in sex with adults.". What is it with people who hung (no pun) around with him?

Ann Althouse said...

But he is well-endowed. In the statues!

He's a legend in his own mime.

ndspinelli said...

The prince looks like former major league hurler, Dennis Martinez.

William said...

That's life. We all end up erecting monuments to our insecurity.

ironrailsironweights said...

Are the women in the statues shaved?

Peter

traditionalguy said...

Harems are hard work. Ask any Mormon. He is only a middle eastern Hugh Hefner that likes the "sex slave next door" look.

Clyde said...

"Who let the dongs out? Woof, woof, woof woof!"

DaveW said...

OK his brother the sultan ran him off accusing him of bilking $15 billion. So he's suing for $7 million on a property deal? And at the risk of being made the fool this way? Doesn't make much sense to me. $7 mil can't be worth it to this guy.

Or maybe in his culture this isn't humiliating. Perhaps he wants the statue story to be told.

former law student said...

How are the statues relevant to the sale of the estate? Were they part of the deal? Apparently they were not fixtures because they were in crates.

former law student said...

Doesn't make much sense to me. $7 mil can't be worth it to this guy.

That's just how Democrats feel about the highest marginal tax rate -- those people don't really need the money.

traditionalguy said...

We should give the Prince a break. He only had middle eastern looking sex statutes. I guess after using up hundreds of blondes and redheads in England and the USA, he finally got homesick for his teenage days young lovers again. My sympathy goes out to the Prince. This is one more reason to Drill Baby Drill under President Palin and shut down the money financing the Prince's bad habits?

tim maguire said...

former law student said...How are the statues relevant to the sale of the estate?

Is someone saying they are?

ironrailsironweights said...

He is only a middle eastern Hugh Hefner that likes the "sex slave next door" look.

Brunei is actually Southeast Asia.

Peter

traditionalguy said...

Thanks Peter...I thought the mention of a Sultan name meant an Arab country. Heck, Brunei is over next to Malasia. The Wiki article listed its religions as 67% Islam, followed by 17% Buddhist and 14% Christian...and then 7% Free Thinkers. Our Prince must be a convert to those wild Free Thinkers.

former law student said...

former law student said...How are the statues relevant to the sale of the estate?

Is someone saying they are?

Apparently, the defendants. As Althouse posted:

The prince's lawsuit and his efforts to exclude the statues as evidence at trial led to this complete exposure of the embarrassing statues.

So why did his efforts fail to exclude the statutes as evidence?

virgil xenophon said...

LOL. Speaking of people who are "legends in there own minds," there was a narcissistic Professor of Philosophy at LSU back in the 60s who was Greek. He had a hand-painted frieze of all the Greek Gods in various appropriate poses at Olympus as border wall trim around his dining-room. So? You might answer. Nothing so unusual about that considering he was Greek, right? Minor detail: All the Gods--every single one--had the likeness of his head painted on their torso's.
I silently ROTFLMAO!! the first time I viewed it when he had our class over to his home for coffee/class one night. A Greek "Classic" in every way indeed...

Rocco said...

DaveW said:
"... Doesn't make much sense to me. $7 mil can't be worth it to this guy."

FLS said:
"That's just how Democrats feel about the highest marginal tax rate -- those people don't really need the money."

The difference is that in this case it's the prince's own money, versus the Democrats thinking about what to do with other people's money.

Ancient Egypt said...

thanks