Thursday, June 7, 2007

Dress stolen, dress delivered...



Well, you' ve heard it on the news, you' ve read it in the papers...The dress that La Divina wore at her 1957 Athens recital-and belongs to Bruno Tosi- was stolen 2 weeks ago from an Exhibition at the Instituto Italiano d'Atene. The way it was stolen was no "Ocean's Thirteen" -that BTW opens today in Athens- but i must admit that the Callas Vedovo that stole the dress was quite bold! And, no, it wasnt me. I have an alibi and the 68 soldiers sleeping next to me, above me, below me can testify...

The news is that the dress returned (safe and sound) by post! In a parcel! In a parcel containing a videotape case! And in the case, voila! The dress! (ok, i still can't figure out how a dress can fit in a videotape case but anyway...).

Now, let's start guessing...Who did it? Why he/she did it? What the hell did he/she do with the dress? Why he returned it in a week? (??!!!)

3 comments:

farinelli said...

axaxaxaaaa! poios arage einai exikostos-enatos?....les na to ekane aftos pou xtizei tous rolous epanw sta somata? les na to pire gia na metrisei??

mahler76 said...

Kapoia aderfi to voutikse, to forese, aisthanthike Thea kai afou...teleiose...to epline kai to epestrepse. (Ego logo somatotipou ime ektos tis listas ipopton).

Gloriana said...

Siga re min to eplune! Gia na to epistrepsei mesa se ena koyti videocasete kataslabaineis oti to forema katastrafike!!!

Ap' oti ematha to forema einai ekeino to exairetiko apo to recital tis Callas stin Athens to 57