Celebrity charity poker night featuring Joe Hachem, Lebanese Australian professional poker player famous for winning the main event of the 2005 WSOP, was disrupted by a case of their limousine being stolen in the port city of Geelong, Australia.
Aside from Hachem and his brother Tony, the limousine was lent to transport them with other known celebrities, namely former Aussie football star Brend[...] Read more » Stolen Limo Disrupted Celebrity Charity Poker Night
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 50 (M)
It must have a been quite a shock when they came out of the restaurant and seen no car. A limousine is one heck of a car to steal and must have been easy to track down. At least nobody got hurt which was the main thing
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
wow how one dares to treat a group of such celebrities so badly- i mean they are world class elite, top of the top dudes who are true celebrities because they created tons of jobs, started hug companies, paid zillions in taxes, created awesome products for customers to own and have fun... oh wait- they just played cards, ran from one side of the field to another or kicked someones face on a regular basis... real celebrities
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 45 (M)
Ouch. Joe Hachem's $200k limo got totaled when the thieves took the car on a reckless joyride at high speed and severely damaged the front of it. It is a relief to know that no one was injured and that Joe Hachem and his crew made it to the event and tons of money was raised for breast cancer awareness.