Jean Francois Nau, also known as Francois L'Ollonois, was one of the most famous buccaneers of the 17th century. Born somewhere in the Caribbean, he grew up to be a pirate. As it is often the case in this profession, promotion came early, and young Jean started his career as the bloodiest and most enthusiastic old campaigner in the history of piracy. Being quite eccentric, he passed his time with tearing people's hearts out, slaughtering the Spanish and teasing his companions. After numerous successful sprees against Venezuela, Honduras and Cuba, his crew got fed up with being forced to eat other's hearts all the time and they marooned him on Panama. There, Jean was eaten by Cannibals. He was later said to have tasted like Japanese colour TV sets.