In his day job, Adan works in a restaurant, but the money he makes acting the pirate is far greater.

The ‘Somali pirates’ who are not what they seem - Channel 4 News

Wherein an investigative journalist from the UK uncovers that “Somali pirates” interviewed by, among others, Time Magazine, are actually men from Nairobi pretending to be pirates.

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