Oh, the agony of being obscenely rich:
UN bans global trade in caviar
The global trade in legal caviar has been stopped by the United Nations, leaving gourmands gasping and conservationists cheering.
"It's not good news. . . . I have clients who don't care about the price, they need legal caviar," said Mark Omidi, owner of the Toronto-based importer Caviar Centre. "It's the most prestigious commodity." ...
"We've been promised it and promised it. Finally we had to get the French," Mr. [Piers] Grimsditch said. "It's a nice caviar, but there is a difference. . . We're so used to having our beluga, our sevruga, our osetra."
I'm thinking Grimsditch might also want to get used to the general public thinking he's a pompous ass as well. But that's just a guess.