NEW YORK (CNN/Money) -
Dennis Kozlowski knows how to throw a party.
The ex-Tyco International CEO who was indicted last week for pilfering millions from the company for his personal use, also used Tyco funds to throw a lavish 40th birthday bash for his wife, Karen, on the Italian island of Sardinia, the company said in a filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A memo from Beth Pacitti, a Tyco employee, detailed the festivities of the 2001 party held at the Hotel Cala di Volpe Resort in a memo included in Tyco's filing. Cala di Volpe is translated as Fox Cove in English.
"The guests come into the pool area, the band is playing, they are dressed in elegant chic. Big ice sculpture of [Michelangelo's] David, lots of shellfish and caviar at his feet. A waiter is pouring Stoli vodka into [the statue's] back so it comes out [its] penis into a crystal glass," the memo said.
The party also featured a slide show in which an Elvis imitator sings "Happy Birthday" after which "a huge cake is brought out with the waiters in togas singing and holding the cake up for all to see. The [breasts] explode, Elvis kicks it in full throttle," according to the memo.
The party is just one of several items on which Kozlowski allegedly spent company funds. The company said in the filing Tuesday that Kozlowski used $62 million in company funds to buy lavish homes and luxury items.
CNN/Money Staff Writer Andrew Stein contributed to this report.