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Fry's Exec's Vegas Treatment
« on: January 13, 2009, 08:57:02 PM »


Casino profile details luxurious lifestyle of former Fry's executive
When "Mr. S" showed up in Las Vegas, bellboys, butlers and blackjack dealers made sure they were prepared for the high-rolling Fry's Electronics executive flying in from San Jose with his long list of demands.

Fiji water, grouped in bottles 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.

If they didn't want to face Mr. S's wrath, maids knew to arrange bowls of Glitterati Mentissimo peppermints adorned with a single rose throughout his suite, and to stock his shower with Nioxin shampoo for "fine and thinning hair.'' White vases were a no-no he considered them bad luck.
One lawsuit from Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino says Siddiqui lost nearly $9 million in just one sitting of baccarat. Another suit claims he lost $2 million in one day at the Palms Casino in Vegas. Court records show the IRS tracked about $120 million Siddiqui spent in three years at just two casinos, the Venetian and MGM.
Siddiqui never drank when he was gambling, one casino employee said. However, his guest profile shows, he liked his room stocked with Grey Goose vodka, Crown Royal, Johnnie Walker Black, Jack Daniels, Grand Mariner, Kahlua, Bailey's Irish Cream liqueur, Dom Perignon, Kurosawa Sake and expensive cognac bottles of Hardy Perfection and Remy Martin Louis XIII.

Siddiqui also was quite particular about his body. Hotel employees had a long shopping list at Sak's Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Macy's, and, yes, Target and Wal-Mart, if need be, to purchase a Philips Norelco Bodygroom shaver with a fog-free shaving mirror, a Sonicare Elite 7500 Series toothbrush, Clinique facial scrub for men, knuckle Band-Aids, original ChapStick, Crest mint gel toothpaste with tartar protection and Trojan Magnum condoms.

He was just as fastidious about his clothing. He ordered hotel employees to buy him socks made of 70 percent silk and 30 percent cotton. Housecleaning was to inspect his meticulously organized closet for dirty clothing and send it for dry-cleaning, including his jeans. Starch and creasing was forbidden. His shoes were to be polished and returned to the closet, laces tied, wooden inserts replaced.

Siddiqui also expected his luxury suite to look a certain way. Roses in vases of any color other than white, and scented candles were scattered artfully throughout the room. The TVs should be set to ESPN; he especially liked Ultimate Fighting Championship matches. "pr" had to be available in the bedroom, and the rotating bed was to be turned down constantly, with a light blanket, and a comforter placed nearby.

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