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April Day: Ryner’s Diamond was worthless glass


Sweden 01 Apr 2011 at 06:33 | Published by: Hans | Views: 5840 | News search

April Day: Ryner’s Diamond was worthless glass
Diamond or Glass?  (Photo by Pasi Aho 2011)

Swedish Carl-Johan Ryner got an unpleasant surprise yesterday when he wanted to get his newly won diamond from Minigolf Diamond Master in Czech Republic valued by a jeweller in Uppsala.

"-After what seemed like forever the man behind the desk came back to me and ask me if it was a joke", says a both upset and sad Carl-Johan Ryner to Minigolfnews.

It turned out that the diamond was ordinary worthless glass. When the jeweller man found out the story behind the diamond he was not surprised. He had herd rumours about that there was a shipping from the Champagne dealer missing a few months ago that later turned up with fake diamonds. "Probably an inside job in the criminal world he said to me", continues Carl-Johan.

"-The Champagne company has promised to replace the fake diamond with a real one as soon as possible", says Carl-Johan, "so it might get turn out not to be a joke in the end".



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Denmark MadsDK (Mads Nřrregaard)

01 Apr 2011 at 13:13
1st april.. SO MUCH!! :)

Czech Republic ShortNap (Martin Tomanek)

01 Apr 2011 at 11:41
Oh yeah, how typically Czech - such things can only happen in this country! ;-)

Netherlands Joep (Peter Joost Middag)

01 Apr 2011 at 08:06
LOL, April 1st :-)

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SV-Golf has successfully been able to develop a Minigolfball with sensational characteristics. The ball is the fastest ball ever developed and has a jump of extraordinary 97. "- It has been a dream for many years now to develop the worlds fastest ball ever" ...
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Aki and Oskari win Teamgolf with avg 24,25 on felt

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Aki Sillman and Oskari Vihervaara totally outclassed all others in the Teamgolf competition at Veritas Stadium indoor felt course in Turku, Finland, on 27 March 2011. Their average score was 24.25 after 4 competition rounds, massively 2.75 points per round better ...
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