Christopher Condent's Jolly Roger consisted of 3 sets of jawbone-less skulls and crossbones. He left the Bahamas when Woodes Rogers became governor of the island. He went on to cruise the Indian Coast and the Red Sea. In 1720, near Bombay, Condent and his crew captured a huge Arab ship, which contained an abundance of treasure and valuables, to the tune of 150,000 pounds. In an attempt not to further enrage the East India Company, Condent's crew were ordered not to abuse crew or passengers.