Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years. President Giorgio Napolitano is likely to appoint technocrat Mario Monti as his successor.
Berlusconi lost his majority amid an acute debt crisis that threatens the eurozone. He has been Italy's prime minister three times since he first took office in 1994. Berlusconi has described himself as "Italy's best head of government since the country was created nearly 150 years ago." But he is currently involved in several trials for fraud, corruption, and has attracted media attention for so-called "bunga-bunga" parties.
Now that Silvio Berlusconi lost his job as prime minister, photoshop what his next job may (or may not) be.