An $8M Gold And Diamond iPad? Probably A Fake.
6:33 pm, November 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Rejoice, everyone. There’s now an $8 million iPad. But before you get too excited, it’s made by Stuart Hughes, the idiot who no one acknowledges is the shadiest ever.
The stats: a solid gold iPad 2 with 65 flawless diamonds, also featuring prehistoric mollusk fossils and shards from the thigh bone of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Sounds oddly familiar, doesn’t it? In August, we wrote about the mysterious $12.2 billion Switzerland house created by Hughes, which, as we noted, was supposedly “outfitted with a nauseating 440,000 pounds of solid gold and platinum. And the floors…the floors are made of meteoric stone with shavings of original Dinosaur bone from 65 million years ago.”
This house, we discovered, was fake.
As was the “5 billion solid gold yacht” he boasted about a few weeks before.
Friends, let’s not fall for this guy’s nonsense anymore. Even if this thing’s for real, would you buy from a known con artist? If you must have a multimillion dollar Apple product, allow us to direct you to the perfectly nice $3.2 million gold iPhone or the $1.2 million diamond-encrusted iPad.