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Bodog Founder Calvin Ayre Mugged by Gang of Girls in Poland

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Aug/05/2011
Calvin Ayre Mugged

A ruthless gang of girls mugged Bodog Founder Calvin Ayre while he was vacationing in Poland this past week. 

Reports have Ayre set up by a female acquaintance he had met.  The two entered a bar, then were approached by a gang of gun toting women who ordered the Bodog founder to remove $300 from the ATM.

Ayre, a billionaire who was once featured on the cover of Forbes Billionaire issue, was fortunate the brutal female thugs were not familiar with him.

One was even overheard yelling out in Polish:  “Look at that cheap shirt!  Hopefully he has $300 in his banking account.”

Once withdrawing the $300, the women surrounded Ayre, who begged for his life.  They beat him to a pulp, then left. 

Ayre is recovering from his wounds. 

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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