MAFIA Caught after Posting YouTube Cooking Show

MAFIA Caught after Posting YouTube Cooking Show

MAFIA Caught after Posting YouTube Cooking Show
Photo: The Guardian

Authorities finally caught a big-time Italian mafia fugitive in the Caribbean after appearing on YouTube cooking videos.

In the videos, he deliberately hid his face but later on identified because of the tattoos seen in his arms.

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According to The Guardian, Marc Feren Claude Biart, 53, led a quiet life in a small town of Boca Chica in the Dominican Republic. Police said even the local Italian expat community considered him as “foreigner.”

Before Mr. Biart made a home in Boca Chica, he was allegedly in Costa Rica.

During his stay in Boca Chica, he posted videos on his YouTube account wherein he showed off his Italian cooking skills.

Reports didn’t name his YouTube channel; however, Calabria News described the channel ocused on Italian cuisine.

Authorities said he never showed his face on his cooking shows, but his tattoos gave him away.

Mr. Biart was on the run from the authorities since 2014. He faces charges for trafficking in cocaine in the Netherlands on behalf of the Cacciola clan of the ’Ndrangheta mafia.

MAFIA Caught after Posting YouTube Cooking Show
Photo: BBC

Meanwhile, a week prior to his arrest, a ’Ndrangheta mobster was arrested in Portugal. His name is Francesco Pelle. He was on the run for 14 years and was considered as one of the most dangerous Italian fugitives.