Thursday, 24. April 2014
11. 02. 13. - 14:00
A former Playboy model has told how she dumped Godfather star Al Pacino for being too boring.
Serbian stunner Diana Becirovic said she found the actor's intense personality and "paranoia" too tiresome to live with.
Diana - who dated Pacino during the making of the 1972 Godfather movie - revealed: "He was always so tense and paranoid."
"I always thought my role was to make a man feel like a man and his role should be to make me feel like a woman.
"But I never felt that way with Al. It was boring," she added.
Diana explained: "He started to give me orders and I didn't want to listen to that."
"For example, if we were out he used to say, 'Let's go straight home.' And I'd say, 'You can go by yourself if you want'."
She finally dumped the star when she tired of his "strong ego."
"It's a pity. Many fans see him like the Godfather, strong and heroic.
'But I saw him as tense and worried all the time because of his strong ego", she explained.
First hybrid buses in Vienna
Wiener Linien is adding it's first hybrid buses to its public transport operation in the next fortnight, in addition to the twelve electric buses introduced into the city centre.
Businesses look to boost trade with Pakistan
Austrian businessmen are increasingly looking to Pakistan as an attractive place to do business, according to an Austrian representative speaking in the Pakistani city of Karachi yesterday.
Playful panda bear cubs at Schoenbrunn Zoo
The latest additions to the panda enclosure at Schoenbrunn Zoo have been enjoying getting to know their toys.
Michael Glawogger dies whilst filming in Africa
The Austrian filmmaker Michael Glawogger has died whilst filming his latest documentary in Africa. He was 54-years-old.
Deal struck with America Movil over Telekom Austrian ownership
Telecom Austria will receive a 1 billion EUR boost in capital after the Austrian state agreed a deal yesterday with Mexican telecoms company America Movil to combine their shares in a co-ownership agreement.
What is on at Burg Kino this week? (25 April - 1 May)
This week at the Burg Kino on the Opernring the following films are showing:
Faymann warns against further Russia sanctions
Chancellor Werner Faymann has spoken out in support of moving away from additional sanctions on Russia.
What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (24 April - 30 April)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 24 April and 30 April:
Gazprom to explore expanding pipeline in Austria
Russia could soon begin constructing their South Stream gas pipeline in Austria after meetings were held this week with Gazprom.
Poacher in Vienna shoots five deer with bow and arrow
A poacher is suspected to have killed five animals in Vienna using a bow and arrow, a hunting weapon that is forbidden throughout Austria.
The most popular stories –
last 7 days
|Austrian Teen Girls Become Pin Ups For Syrian Jihad|
|Angry business leaders say Austria is too expensive|
|Pink Easter bunny helps Vienna art world pay tribute to Dürer|
|Property price rise continues|
|OAP Hunts Down THIS Hit And Run Cyclist|
Why suffer in silence. Let off steam by letting our readers share your troubles. File your complaints about anything and everything here.
Our ombudsman David Rogers will try and help solve some of the problems from lazy civil servants through to incompetent companies – and at the very least the worst transgressors will end up in our weekly special report.