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Online Gambling Event Organizer has Teeth Knocked Out in Costa Rica

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Jun/17/2011
Michael Caselli

A popular event organizer for the online gambling sector, Michael Caselli, had several of his teeth knocked out while attending a clandestine industry event in Costa Rica Thursday.

Gambling911.com’s Jenny Woo revealed exclusively that Caselli boarded a bus back to a hotel that he was not even staying at and disclosed several of his teeth had been knocked out.

“They were more than knocked out, they were rearranged,” Ms. Woo noted.

Others on board the bus gasped in horror as Caselli proceeded to reveal his crooked cracked choppers. 

Gambling911.com estimates a $10,000 or greater dental bill.

“I have no idea how it happened,” Caselli said.

Caselli is best known for his uncanny resemblance to Michael Hutchence, the INXS lead vocalist who hung himself some years back while engaging in Erotic asphyxiation

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com 

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