Who is Sülün Osman, the king of fraudsters?
Sülün Osman, who was famous for fraudulent events, was caught gambling in Zeytinburnu in 1961.
Sülün Osman, who was famous for fraudulent events, was caught gambling in Zeytinburnu in 1961. Sülün Osman, who is the subject of Yeşilçam movies, is a name that has become a legend with great frauds. Osman Ziya Sülün was born in 1923 in Istanbul. He made his first "job", which he made his name known, in 1948 by defrauding the owner of the house he had just kept in Fatih. "Sülün Osman", who gained fame with his "works" in the 1950s and 60s, became a legend by "selling" or "leasing" public goods such as tram, Galata Tower, clocks in city squares, city line ferries to pure citizens. These events have also been the subject of Kemal Sunal's films. It is said that Osman Sülün gave a lecture on "Living with Alinteri" on April 20, 1962 while in prison. Sülün Osman, whose life and frauds have been the subject of many films, filed a lawsuit against Aziz Nesin on the grounds that a word in the book offended his spiritual feelings. He was caught by chance as he was about to sell the Galata Bridge. Although there is no exact information about his death, according to the estimates of the police, he died of a heart attack in the hotel he stayed in Beyoğlu in 1984 and was buried in the cemetery for the unidentified people.