But John Steele, dubbed the "pirate Slayer" by an adult industry trade magazine, disagrees.
Tebbutt, however, remains alive and captive in central Somalia, after a pirate gang purchased her from her abductors.
Jessica Buchanan is safe after a daring predawn raid on the Somali pirate compound where she was held for four months.
In 2007, pirate Bay even attempted to raise the funds to purchase Sealand.
Like fellow Geminis Johnny Depp and Errol Flynn, Nadal is partial to pirate styles.
The pirate continued talking much in this way for some time, but without producing any effect upon his hearers.
"I would I had your eyes," said Sir Nigel, blinking at the pirate galleys.
If what I know leaks out, the pirate will fill the popular mind more to-morrow than he has done in the past even.
"I don't know that 'tis fit for me to take this pirate money, after all," he said.
The ships of our front rank sailed swiftly down on their foe, and each crashed heavily into a pirate vessel.
c.1300 (mid-13c. as a surname), from Latin pirata "sailor, corsair, sea robber" (source of Spanish, Italian pirata, Dutch piraat, German Pirat), literally "one who attacks (ships)," from Greek peirates "brigand, pirate," literally "one who attacks," from peiran "to attack, make a hostile attempt on, try," from peira "trial, an attempt, attack," from PIE root *per- "try" (cf. Latin peritus "experienced," periculum "trial, experiment; attempt on or against; enterprise;" see peril). An Old English word for it was sæsceaða. Meaning "one who takes another's work without permission" first recorded 1701; sense of "unlicensed radio broadcaster" is from 1913.
1570s, from pirate (n.). Related: Pirated; pirating.