Beauty Pageant Camel’s Death Leads To $262,000 Lawsuit Of Oil Company

October 19, 2009

Saudi Arabia (ChattahBox) – After the tragic death of a camel that was enrolled in a beauty contest, the Saudi oil company, Saudi Aramco, is being sued for approximately $262,000.

The owner of the camel, Abdullah al-Saiari, said that the three-year-old animal had been in a field owned by Saudi Aramco for a beauty pageant that was being held to find the most attractive camel in the region.

During this time, it fell into a hole that had been dug to extract crude oil, and died.

Now al-Sahari is seeking SP 1 million, or $262,000, after the court found during an expert consultation that it estimates the worth of the camel.

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