Friday, September 20, 2013

See The Man Who Plans To Bury His Bentley Car In Order To Use It In Afterlife

The eccentric entrepreneur says he follows the steps of the ancient Pharaohs of Egypt by taking his car, which is worth about N80,122,182 (£310,000), with him in his grave.
He promises to entomb his Bentley Continental tomorrow, at 11am.
On his social network site, Count Scarpa posted several photos showing him making a tomb, and wrote several messages to prove his seriousness: “I decided to do as the Pharaohs: this week I will bury my favourite car, the Bentley here in the home garden! Bury my treasure in my palace rssss !!!”
“For those who doubt me, yesterday I already started making the hole in the garden to bury my Bentley! By the end of the week I will bury it”.

The self-made businessman, who has a degree in economics and is a black belt instructor and owner of the Institute Maruyama Aikido, a Japanese martial arts academy, explains he was inspired by a TV programme on Ancient Egypt.
He also participated in a Brazilian satirical TV show where he explained to viewers that he had been travelling back from his farm after celebrating his birthday on Sunday, and started thinking about how the pharaohs were buried with the most precious items in their life.

Scarpa lives in one of the most expensive areas in Sao Paulo in a property spanning more than 14000m2. He inherited his title from his Italian-born father Count Francisco Scarpa who was given the honour by Pope Pius XII in 1949, for his charitable contributions to society.
The eccentric businessman benefitted from his father’s wealth and made his fortune from the brewery and mining industry.
He now runs an investment company and has been married twice. His first wife died and he is divorced from the second.
With no children to carry on the family name Scarpa says his cockatoo is his offspring, so because you have no one to give your riches to you want to bury them, OH Lord, please direct me to the exact point where this Bentley is buried, I promise to bury 10 more Bentleys after selling this one, can't even believe he studied economics.

1 comment:

  1. Good for him. Nice car
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