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Big Arm Tony Whippet
Bik Arm Tommy
Biographical information
Real name Francois Anthony "Tony" Whippet
Also known as Ton, Tommy, Tony, Big Arm, Bik Arm, The French, Whippet Gambling owner, Mr. Whippet
Nationality Flag of France.svg French
Born 23rd of November, 1969
Age 48
Status Alive
Birthplace Colmar, France, Europe
Physical description
Eye colour Brown
Hair colour Brown
Ethnicity Afro-French-Caucasian
Height 5'8
Weight 71kg
Blood type B-
Gender Male
Career, affiliations and family information
Affiliation(s) Montana Gang, Gaspar's Gang (former), Fat Boss (former)
Occupation(s) Whippet Gambling manager and owner
Video Games, Movies and Cartoons information
Main appearance(s) (Video Games) Scarface: Twiy
"Ohhhh, thank you so so so much, miseur Tony!"
— Tony to Tony

Big Arm Francois Anthony "Tony" Whippet is a minor character featured in Scarface: The World is Yours.


Anthony Whippet is the manager and owner of the Whippet Gambling in Miami, he lives in a small house located somewhere in South Town. He needed a shitload of help from Tony Montana in 2009 with the Fat Boss and Gaspar's Gang.


Tony can always be found managing his gambling shop during days and nights. Tone Montana, like with all other front managers, can sell drugs to Tony in exchange for cash. During the mission in which Montana takes over Whippet Gambling, Bik Arm pleads Tone if he can help him with a problem he has with a Fat Boss: The Boss doesn't want to return the money he owes to Big Arm due to his losing habits and is instead hiding secretly at the La Normande Hotel, the cops can't get to him neither. Tone calls for his Ferrari soon after and cashes after the Boss who overheard their convo somehow and is fleeing away in a Bacinari.

After Tone gets the money Boss owed Tony, he thanked him in French accent and said Tone can buy his gambling shop for 2,600,000$.


  • Anthony is not only the manager of his gambling shop, but also it's owner, which proves he carries not such a tough job on his shoulders, but still a tough one (however, not as near as tough as David Paredes carries).
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