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These things are important, for Forbes lists and general prestige. Dhiraj Arora knows what we're talking about.

Indian “spice king” Dhiraj Arora went on a bizarre rampage at the famed Midtown hotel, traipsing naked through the workout facility after sucking down tequila and then taunting the police, law-enforcement sources told The Post...Arora, a spice importer who stocks the shelves of stores like Fairway and Whole Foods, made a dash of shame to his room and locked the door. When cops came knocking, he opened his door with the latch still on and cried out, “Peek-a-boo!’’ according to law-enforcement source. Hotel staffers had to cut the latch before cops scooped up Arora and carted him off to St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital. “If you don’t open the door, we’re going to bust it down!” said Arora, quoting the cops. “I was in my underwear with the music playing, ready to rock, and the next thing I know I’m being escorted out by two female police officers. One had a gun pointed at me.

Sources said he barked at Midtown North officers to “suck my million-dollar c--k!” -- though Arora insisted to The Post that the comment was “suck my $57 million-dollar d--k!.”

Indian 'spice king' 'went on naked rampage' at Four Seasons [NYP]

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