CERNOBBIO, Italy - George Clooney has a luxurious villa located on Lake Como, a beautiful lake named after the famous Italian-American crooner Perry Como.
Clooney's Villa Oleandra Oxen Free is regarded as one of the most exquisite villas in the entire country.
According to Italy's national news publication The Daily Vino, the villa was once owned by Sophia Loren, who had purchased it from Enzo Ferrari, who had won it in a poker game from the famous actor Rudolph Valentino.
Pasquale Pettegolezzo with The Daily Vino spoke with Clooney and Keibler at Clooney's villa and asked about their food poisoning incident.
The actor responded by saying that it was one of the most uncomfortable feelings that he has ever had. He said that he and Stacy and a few close friends were having dinner at The Pompous Pasta Restaurant.
Stacy noted that all of a sudden a giant painting depicting an Italian vineyard that was right above their table appeared to turn into a Florida orange grove.
Clooney agreed adding that the gray clouds even appeared to turn chartreuse.
"A very bright steamed broccoli chartreuse." Keibler added.
George then remarked that everyone in his party had wine which was fine but he thinks that there may have been something wrong with The Frank Sinatra Stromboli.
Stacy felt that it may have been either The Gina Lollobrigida Lasagna or The Alyssa Milano Mozzarella Munchola Balls.
The manager of the Pompous Pasta, Donatello Pirandello, Jr., stressed that there was positively nothing wrong with any of his food and that the stomach virus that caused the food poisoning must have come from the chewing gun of a member of George Clooney's party.
Clooney told Mr. Pirandello that he had never heard of anyone getting a stomach virus from chewing gun.
And the manager countered by saying that he has personally eaten over 14,000 meals at his restaurant since he first became the manager 20 years ago and not once has he gotten sick.
Pirandello told Clooney that he would give him a $200 gift certificate good for their next visit to The Pompous Pasta.
The actor told him to keep it because in the future he and his amazingly attractive girlfriend would be eating at some other local Italian food restauant such as Rigatoni's, Guido Gino's, or The Dancing Breadsticks.
SIDENOTE: Pasquale Pettegolezzo asked Ms. Keibler about the possibility of her appearing in either PlayGuy or PlayStud Magazine. She shyly looked towards George who replied, "Ah, that would be a big 'no' to both Mr. P."