We don't know what's funnier: today's New York Post column about the legality of keeping an engagement ring after a broken engagement, or Michele Monopoli, the aptly-named divorce attorney interviewed for the piece.
Monopoli (above right), co-host of an AM-radio show called "The Divorce Divas", is quoted giving advice to greedy former brides-to-be so that they can — get this — keep their engagement rings. Her tip?
"By getting engaged on Valentine's Day, when lots of jewelry is given in romantic settings, a reasonable argument could be made that it was not an engagement ring but merely a romantic Valentine's Day gesture."
We'd expect nothing less from a Monica Lewinsky look-alike.
Diamond Doubting [NY Post]