In Greece, the Larissa Voukefalas soccer club received a bail-out as well, not from the European Union, but from “Madam Soula,” a 67-year old former prostitute and owner of two luxury brothels.  It is difficult to determine whether the resultant controversy was due to an aversion to prostitution – legal in Greece – or to the bubble-gum pink training suits the players are now required to wear.  To what extent the generosity of a prostitute can be accepted was an issue addressed by Rabbi Abraham, son of Maimonides who ruled that a donation of a synagogue ark curtain by a local woman could be accepted in that the source of the money might have come from an inheritance or found property.