Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Hillarious: Saudian Princess Maha al-Sudani Caught Leaving Hotel In Paris Without Paying Bill

 This was just hillarious! How do you sneak out of a hotel with an entourage of 60!...lol,lmao!!!
A Saudi Arabian princess was arrested while trying to escape from Shangri-La Hotel in Paris. She intended to slip quietly away, without having to pay the room bill worth 7.7 million U.S. dollars after months of staying there with her entourage of 60 people. French police said it was Saturday (2/6/2012), confirming a report in the daily Le Parisien.
Maha al-Sudani, the name of the princess, is the former wife of Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Prince Nayef bin Abdel Aziz. The woman tried to escape on at 03.30 on Thursday. However, the number of aides who reached 60 people, along with a mountain of luggage, of course, her efforts attracted the attention of hotel staff. They even called the police, reported the daily Le Parisien.
The Princess intention eventually foundered. She and her entourage were stopped when the luggages were being put into a limousine. Most of the members of her entourage were detained on the spot, will be prosecuted and will probably be behind bars. However, because the princess has diplomatic immunity, police can not arrest or even sue.

French authorities can only approach the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in order to get their help. Meanwhile, the princess and a small group of soldiers who became aides have been offered a refuge, which is in another luxury hotel, the Royal Monceau, near the Champs-Elysees.
According to Mail Online, a five star hotel that belongs to ‘a family friend’, the Emir of Qatar. Emir’s daughter has offered her hotel while this case is being resolved. Maha al-Sudani and her  entourage arrived in Paris on December 23 last year and ordered a floor with a total of 41 rooms at the Shangri-La.

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