Miami Heat's Chris Bosh celebrated his 29th birthday in a Moroccan-styled bash at Briza On The Bay in Miami, Florida. Chris and Adrienne Bosh arrived in dramatic fashion in a helicopter with 'March of the Valkyries' playing as they landed and boated over to the party. Teammates Lebron James, Dwyayne Wade, Udonis Haslem, Shane Battier, Chris Anderson, Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole, Rashard Lewis, James Jones, Ray Allen, Joel Anthony and Juan Howard and other celebrities attended the party. There were even two camels at the party.
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Hell of a night for Miami Heat tall-head Chris Bosh!
It started with a Moroccan-themed bash to celebrate his 29th birthday.
And it ended with the discovery that his crib in Miami Beach was burglarized during the party, and $340,000 worth of jewelry stolen!
First, the wingding.
There were two live camels, Bedouin decorations, hookahs on every table at Briza on the Bay downtown Miami.
Bosh and wife Adrienne arrived in dramatic fashion: In a helicopter as March of the Valkyries played, Apocalypse Now-style!
We kid you not!
Wait, there’s more: After they landed, Bosh and the missus took an antique boat to the party, just a few feet away from the helicopter!
Everybody came, including desert garb-wearing teammates LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Udonis Haslem, Shane Battier, Chris Andersen, Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole, Rashard Lewis, Ray Allen, Joel Anthony and Juwan Howard.
Even team owner Micky Arison showed, although not dressed up!
Across the Bay on Miami Beach’s North Bay Road, meanwhile, someone had a real good time at Bosh’s house.
When the man got home about 12:30 a.m., he found a closet ransacked and the baubles missing.
The burglars obviously knew what they were doing since they left behind Bosh’s championship ring because it would be easily traceable, Miami Beach police Sgt. Bobby Hernandez told the Miami Herald.
They did, however, take watches, rings, purses and $20,000 cash.
Hernandez said housekeepers have been questioned, hinting that the theft may have been an inside job.