June 6, 2011 by Post Team
Madoff Underwear, Underwear that once belonged to jail fraudster Bernard Madoff and have been sold for 200 (£ 120) as part of an auction of items seized from his mansion. The event also saw the sale of furniture and household goods, shoes, golf clubs and art, USA report of the media. Organized by the U.S. Marshals Service, and 400,000 raised will go to victims of Madoff and fraud 65bn. Madoff is serving a prison sentence of 150 years after being convicted in 2009.
Your Ponzi scheme, which had been operating since early 1990, deprived thousands of investors their savings. According to the Miami Herald, 14 pairs of underpants Madoff, confiscated from his mansion in Palm Beach, exaggerated, and a total of 200. “It was about as expected,” the newspaper quoted auctioneer Bob Sheehan said. “When we sold things from her home in New York, brought in millions, but including boats and cars and jewelry. This was a mainly household product.” Another buyer paid 31 000 and for 1952 Rolex Madoff, while a work entitled “Nde” by photographer Edward Weston and sold for 4,600.
About 6,000 guests online took part in the auction along with 150 people attending in person.
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