As part of its lawsuit against SAP, Oracle has been dogged in attempting to serve a subpoena to former SAP CEO (and current HP CEO) L\u00e9o Apotheker and force him to testify at the trial. HP has refused to accept service of Apotheker's subpoena, and as the Oracle v. SAP trial rages on, Apotheker purportedly remains outside of the U.S. court's jurisdiction. Word on the street is that everyone from Dog "The Bounty Hunter" to Boba Fett has been activated by Oracle to track down Apotheker's whereabouts. (Remember: Apotheker speaks five languages, so even James Bond might have a hard time locating him.) Well, everyone can rest easy now, because I tracked him down. Look below to witness evidence that he's hanging out with the famed Tiger Woods "Cigar Guy." Who'd a thought! IMAGE: Mark Pain\/Daily Mail To everyone at Oracle\u2026YOU'RE WELCOME! (Seriously, though, does anybody know where he is?) Thomas Wailgum covers Enterprise Software, Data Management and Personal Productivity Apps for CIO.com. Follow him on Twitter @twailgum. Follow everything from CIO.com on Twitter @CIOonline. E-mail Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.