Bon Levi
Bon Levi
Bon Levi, born 1943, is an Australian confidence trickster. Before he changed his name, he was Ronald Frederick. He is also known as Ron the Con, Roddy Farrow, Ron Heelan, Brett Wyatt, Ronald White and John McCorry.
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Don't press paws: how DogTV built a global TV channel for man's best friends
Guardian (UK) - almost 2 years
No cats allowed on the first TV station for dogs, which wants to relieve separation anxiety: ‘People feel really guilty leaving their dogs at home...’ “We had some cats, but we found out that dogs do not react well to cats. So there are no cats on DogTV any more,” says Ron Levi, midway through explaining the origin story of the world’s first TV channel for dogs. For dogs. Not about dogs – although there are plenty of canines on-screen – but a channel designed for dogs to watch, usually (but not exclusively) when their owners are out of the house. Related: ‘History, yes. Science, sure. Sharks, yes’ – what millennials want from factual TV Related: ATM dog: Forgotten your pin? Please join the queue for the dachshund Related: TV industry faces its ‘ketchup’ moment: ‘Mobile is now the first screen’ Continue reading...
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DirecTV Launching Dogs-Only Channel
ABC News - over 3 years
DirecTV is set to air a new, 24-hour channel for dogs bored at home called DOGTV. “You can really use TV to entertain pets,” Ron Levi, founder of DOGTV, told ABC News. “We have created programs where every frame, second and sound have been tailored...     
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The Weekender: Movie, Music and Fish & Chips
The Caldewells Patch - almost 5 years
Here are just a few of the events happening in the area this weekend. Click on “EVENTS” on the Home Page to see all the possibilities.   WHAT: Fish & Chips by Argyles WHERE: First Presbyterian Church of Verona, Fairview Ave, Verona WHEN: Friday, 5:30 p.m. take out; Dinner starts at 6 p.m.  WHY GO:  The annual Fish & Chips Dinner on Friday the 13th. It's a little known fact that fish & chips are good luck so it is the perfect time to come out for a great meal.  COST: Full Serving $15; Half Portion $10 WHAT: Verona LIVE: Card and Games Club WHERE: Verona Community Center Annex, 880 Bloomfield Ave., Verona WHEN: Friday at 1 p.m. WHY GO: Drop in to play or to socialize at the Community Center Annex. No registration required. WHAT:  Friday Afternoon Movie: A Place in the Sun WHERE: West Caldwell Public Library WHEN: Friday at 1 p.m. WHY GO: Enjoy 1951s "A Place in the Sun." A poor boy gets a job working for his rich uncle and ends up falling in love with two women. ...
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Parents angered at massage parlour near schools - Messenger News
Google News - over 5 years
The parlour, run by convicted conman Bon Levi, is located at the rear of a Grote St property - about 150m from St Mary's College, which caters for students from Reception to Year 12. The premises is also less than 300m from the house of Catholic
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Legal action closes Glandore bikini massage cafe - Adelaide Now
Google News - over 5 years
A GLANDORE massage parlour has been temporarily closed under a court injunction, with Marion Council successfully lodging legal action against owner Bon Levi. A GLANDORE massage parlour has been temporarily closed under a court injunction,
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Legal fight over Glandore massage parlour - Guardian Messenger
Google News - over 5 years
The massage parlour - run by convicted conman Bon Levi - opened last month less than 150m down the road from Black Forest Primary School, sparking outrage from parents. Lawyers for the council sent letters to Mr Levi and the building's owner on Friday,
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Move to shut massage cafe - Guardian Messenger
Google News - over 5 years
The massage parlour - run by convicted conman Bon Levi - opened last month, less than 150m down the road from Black Forest Primary School, sparking outrage from parents. Lawyers for the council sent letters to Mr Levi and the building's owner on Friday
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Push to shut down Glandore massage palour - Guardian Messenger
Google News - over 5 years
The massage parlour run by convicted conman Bon Levi opened last month, less than 150m down the road from Black Forest Primary School, sparking outrage from parents. The petition will be presented to the council on Tuesday, June 14
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Glandore massage parlour 'too near school' - Guardian Messenger
Google News - over 5 years
The Bikini Girls Massage Cafe on South Rd - which is run by convicted conman Bon Levi - opened last month less than 150m down the road from Black Forest Primary School. More than 350 people had joined the Facebook group “Bikini Massage Cafe within 120m
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Parents push to have Glandore massage parlour moved - Eastern Courier Messenger
Google News - almost 6 years
Bikini Girl Massage Cafe, which is run by Bon Levi - aka Ron Frederick - opened a fortnight ago on South Rd, Glandore, near Black Forest Primary School. The school's governing council chair, Stephen Halliday, said the massage parlour's location was
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bon Levi
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2010
    Age 67
    On 1 September 2010, Levi plead guilty in the Magistrates Court of Western Australia to charges of misleading employees and operating under unregistered business names, and was fined AUD17,000.
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    His trial is due to start on 1 September 2010.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1997
    Age 54
    Bon Levi left Australia and entered the United States around 1997 and set up offices across the country.
    More Details Hide Details According to an FBI affidavit, Levi established two businesses in the US: Midas Photographic's USA Inc, a disposable camera franchise operation. Levi had 50 commissioned employees, a head quarters in Florida, and branch offices in Las Vegas; Chicago; Clear Water; Bloomington; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Dallas; Cincinnati; and Denver staffed with employees trying to sell his camera franchises. In later court proceedings, the FBI alleged that 50 licensees paid between $30,000 and $68,000 and were promised income of between $500 and $2000 per week to run franchises for these businesses. The FBI said it had uncovered over $1 million of deposits in an account controlled by Levi at a St Louis bank. After spending 37 months in jail in the United States, Levi returned to Australia and resumed his franchise operations. In the early 2000s he promoted franchises under the Little Joe and Joey's brand names. He later moved back to his original home state of Western Australia and has been named as a figure behind massage businesses in Perth. Legal action was launched against Bon Levi and his partner Colin Burton for allegedly misleading advertising in respect of employment and breaches of business registration laws.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1943
    Age 0
    Born in 1943.
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