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Indian doctor duped into buying ’Aladdin’s lamp’ for $93K

Indian doctor duped into buying ’Aladdin’s lamp’ for $93K

Two people have been arrested after a doctor in India was duped into buying an ’Aladdin’s lamp’ for $93,000. The duo promised Dr. Laeek Khan that the lamp would bring wealth and good fortune as described in the folk tale about Aladdin and his wish-granting genie. In the complaint, Khan said one of the men pretended to be an occultist and made a ’jinn’ (a supernatural entity) appear from the lamp.

Alex 2 months

This story is an absolute masterpiece start to finish. The doctor shouldn't even be disappointed, that's a story well earned.

Dave 2 months

If a doctor gets duped by this, it beggars belief he’s a doctor!!!!

David 2 months

Its grants 3 wishes. Lose $31k, lose $31k, and lose $31k. Works perfectly 🤣🤣🤣

Tristan Elstrom
Tristan Elstrom 2 months

How did he make a spirit appear from the lamp? WTH?

Matthew 2 months

Saw headline in notifications thought that movie prop cannot be worth that much. I got a laugh after read it was just a con job.

Lisa 2 months

Just because the doctor lost his faith in the lamp doesn't make the magic lamp any less valuable. Obviously it would never work for someone who had no faith.

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