A model poses with a vivid yellow 100.09-carat diamond and a 103.46-carat diamond ring at a Sotheby's auction preview in Geneva. Reuters
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An alleged member of the infamous "Pink Panther" gang of jewel thieves went on trial Monday, pleading guilty to holding up a Monaco jewelry shop in 2007 .The duo allegedly robbed the store in a high-end Monaco shopping gallery at gunpoint, making off with 32 Audemars Piguet luxury watches, as well as the watch of a footballer who was caught up in the heist.Ivanovic on Monday admitted to the heist in Monaco, saying the watches had been sold in Milan for some 200,000 euros.That was reminiscent of a scene from the 1975 film "The Return of the Pink Panther" and resulted in a nickname that the gang members themselves adopted, wearing pink shirts for a subsequent raid in Zurich.
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