A Trader At Morgan Stanley Tried To Hire A Dwarf And Handcuff Him To His Friend

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As an example of the “excess” spending that’s finally returning to Wall Street, Dealbook tells us the hilarious story of the Morgan Stanley trader who tried to hire a dwarf (or nugget, the term Chelsea Handler uses), and then emailed him and asked him or her (her, presumably):

Do you come with handcuffs?

From Dealbook:

A Morgan Stanley trader recently tried to hire a dwarf for a bachelor party in Miami, asking the dwarf to meet him at the airport in a “Men in Black” style suit, according to e-mail exchanges. 


The trader, who wanted to handcuff the dwarf to the bachelor, was recently fired.

To be the eyes that read those email exchanges.

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