Saudi Prince spends 15 million euros at Disneyland

June 5, 2013 18:42


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A Saudi prince spent 15 million euros at Disneyland near Paris, closing off part of the park for a private party to celebrate his degree, according to the AFP. Special security was put in place for the prince.

Prince Fahd Al Saud rented out parts of the park from May 22-24 for more than 60 guests. The park has not made a profit since it was established 20 years ago and in the six months until March, the company lost 89.1 million euros compared to a loss of 11.8 million in the same period last year, according to the report.

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