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Arab's delight

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Submitted by Gudrun Eussner (France), Oct 7, 2005 at 19:57

It's about twenty years, I came to Bombay's Taj Mahal Hotel where everybody was exited, because of a rich Sheikh who rented for himself and his huge family a whole story of the hotel. As the windows were, due to air con not to be opened, he one night had all the glass broken for fresh air.

The next year I came to the same hotel. Then I was told that another client Arab Sheikh who never in his life saw a child die in an accident, bought one from a poor Indian family and let it run into a car ...

Gudrun
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