Colonel Gaddafi’s playboy son ‘kidnapped in Lebanon’



COLONEL Gaddafi’s playboy son Hannibal has been kidnapped in Lebanon.

Colonel Gaddafi’s reportedly snatched by Gunmen while he was visiting his lingerie model wife Aline Skaf in Beirut. Reports suggest a Shia Muslim group called the Amal Movement may have kidnapped Gaddafi who has been living in exile in Oman since his dad was ousted from power in 2011 in a bid to find a Shia cleric.

He appeared in a video aired late Friday on local Al-Jadeed TV saying anyone who has information about Imam Moussa al-Sadr should come forward. Gaddafi appeared to have been beaten up and had black eyes but said in the video he is “in good health, happy and relaxed.” 


Al-Sadr one of Lebanon’s most prominent Shiite clerics in the 20th century – vanished along with two other people during a trip to Libyan capital Tripoli in 1978. Lebanon blamed the disappearance on Muammar Gaddafi. Hannibal Muammar’s fifth son was a high living businessman and secret amateur porn star. Filthy rich Hannibal made his wife take explicit snaps of him during sex sessions in their Libyan seaside bolthole uncovered by rebels at their love nest.


The 40-year-old was given sanctuary in Oman in 2012 along with his mother and sister after fleeing Libya. In 2008, Swiss authorities arrested Gaddafi and Skaf on charges of “bodily harm, threatening behaviour and coercion,” after an incident involving two of their staff at the their hotel in Geneva 


Rebels found Colonel Muammar Gaddafi known as “Mad Dog” hiding in a sewer pipe after western-backed rebels overran the country. He was killed by a mob after being buggered with a metal pole.

Hannibal’s more famous older brother Saif al-Islam who studied at the London School of Economics was captured while attempting to flee Libya. He was sentenced to death in July by Libya’s new rulers and is awaiting execution.