Saudi Arabian Prince Caught in Bacon Trafficking Scandal

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A Saudi Arabian prince has been caught in an international bacon trafficking scandal involving hundreds of members of the Saudi royal family reports the Jerusalem Herald this morning.

Prince Adel Al-Otaibi is actually being detained by Israel authorities after trying to smuggle over 2,000 kilos of undeclared various pig meat products.

The 2,000 kilos of processed meat originally declared as “veal meat” were found to be suspicious by local authorities who eventually realized the meat was in fact pig meat, a delicacy which is under heavy scrutiny by the country’s laws and that makes pig farming a crime in most regions of Israel except for a minority of Christian Arab communities that are allowed by law to raise the farm animals.

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Prince Adel Al-Otaibi is being detained by Israeli authorities after trying to smuggle over 2,000 kilos of “pig meat products”, a situation that could cause a major diplomatic incident between the two countries, warn experts

Saudi authorities have not taken to the news kindly as Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Adel Al Jubeir, has accused Israel of “framing a member of the royal family” in a disloyal attempt to “attack the reputation of the royal Saudi family” and is asking for the immediate release of Prince Adel Al-Otaibi and his 17 body guards.

Prince Adel Al-Otaibi, who is renown for his outlandish ways and extravagant parties, made international headlines last year after rumors spread on social media that he had offered $1 million dollars to Kim Kardashian for an evening with the celebrity. Although Kim Kardashian never publicly confirmed the rumor, she was spotted at Riyadh King Khalid International Airport weeks later by paparazzis.

In 2010, Wikileaks released leaked documents originating from US diplomats describing a world of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll behind the official pieties of the Saudi Arabian royalty, where liquor and prostitutes were present in abundance, all things strictly prohibited by Saudi law and custom.

Saudi Arabia prohibits the import, use, or possession of pork, as pork is held to be contrary to the tenets of Islam.

7 Comments on "Saudi Arabian Prince Caught in Bacon Trafficking Scandal"

  1. such hypocrites

  2. FRitz Kohlhaas | May 30, 2015 at 1:02 am | Reply

    LOL! Muslim hypocrite!

  3. They are not prostitutes. They are slaves kept in a haram, sex slaves.

  4. Assalamaleikum i eat bacon

  5. Haidar Abu Bakar | January 29, 2016 at 5:03 pm | Reply

    Since when does The Juresalem Herald had any positive issues to report about Muslims? Many non religious muslims may drink and patronise prostitutes but to consume pork is way over board!

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