Jenson Button fears gas was used during Cote D'Azur burglary

Jenson Button fears gas was used during Cote D'Azur burglary
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A spokesperson for Jenson Button thinks anaesthetic gas was piped through the air conditioning during a burglary at his holiday villa in the South of

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A spokesperson for Jenson Button thinks anaesthetic gas was piped through the air conditioning during a burglary at his holiday villa in the South of France.

Valuables worth a total of 425 000 euros, including an engagement ring, were taken from the British Formula One champion and his wife while they slept at the house near St Tropez.

Jenson Button and his wife 'may have been gassed' in St Tropez burglary – The Guardian http://t.co/iZRLp5PAqu

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The couple married last December.

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