Nadal's $376,000 watch found, barman arrested
Nadal was in Paris for the French Open, which he won on Monday for a record seventh time, beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic.
Luxury watchmaker Richard Mille had lent the Spanish tennis champion the watch. It vanished sometime late on Monday to early on Tuesday.
A police source, speaking on condition of anonymity, citing policy, said on Wednesday that the pricey timepiece was found on Tuesday along a railway track in the southern Paris suburb of Evry.
The suspect in the case, a 39-year-old barman who worked at the luxury hotel in Paris' 8th district, was arrested on Tuesday.
After the Supreme Court said only sportsmen, not businessmen should head sports bodies, BJP leader and former cricketer Kirti Azad supported... More After the Supreme Court said only sportsmen, not businessmen should head sports bodies, BJP leader and former cricketer Kirti Azad supported the same and said that these politicians behave like snakes in sports bodies.
Date 04-12-13, Duration 1:41, Views 3