Ehud Arye Laniado, a 65-year-old diamond mogul, is dead after an unfortunate incident. Laniado was in Paris, France undergoing surgery to enlarge his member when he suffered a fatal heart attack, according to the New York Post.
Laniado suffered the heart attack after an “undisclosed substance” was injected into his man parts.
“Ehud Laniado, farewell to a visionary businessman,” a representative for Laniado said in a statement on social media. “It is with great sadness that we confirm the news that our founder, Ehud Arye Laniado passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019. He was 65 years old. After living an exceptional life Ehud will be brought back home to Israel as his final resting place. He will be dearly missed by us all.”
From the report:
The Belgian-Israeli dual national was said to have suffered the deadly heart attack just moments after getting an unknown substance injected into his penis. Citing Belgian media reports, The Sun on Wednesday claimed Laniado was a victim of the so-called Napoleon complex — meaning he was obsessed with his small size.
All of the information we know about Laniado’s passing can be seen below.
Ehud Arye Laniado Cause Of Death: Heart Attack
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Laniado was just 65-years-old when he suffered a fatal heart attack on the operating table. The diamond mogul was undergoing penis enlargement surgery in Paris, France when the heart attack struck. The heart attack reportedly occurred shortly after an undisclosed substance was injected into his member.
“After living an exceptional life Ehud will be brought back home to Israel as his final resting place. He will be dearly missed by us all,” a statement on his Facebook page read.
Laniado was described as “one of the biggest experts in valuing raw diamonds.”