Heidi Klum's legs... Jennifer Lopez's butt... Papa John's hands. What do these things all have in common, other than they were staples of your 2002 TV viewing?
They're all insured for millions of dollars.
Yes, John "Papa John" Schnatter, the red-shirted pizza CEO, just took out a huge insurance policy for his dough-tossing hands, and they’re worth a slice-dropping $15.4 million (£10 million). That comes out to about $1.5 million per finger, or 1 million large pepperoni pizzas.
The custom-made policy is insured by Lloyd’s of London, and covers the 'za czar should anything happen to his precious paws, according to a statement from Papa John's. The company said John's "pizza maker's touch" is the key ingredient in the pizza chain's success, one of the world's largest. And all this time we thought it was the garlic sauce and the pepperoncini in the box.