Russian tycoon’s son urinates on $3,000 in cash while another puts flash Rolex in a bowl of cereal in obnoxious displays of wealth by ‘Reds to Riches’ youths
- Young man filmed himself urinating on a sink full of US dollar bills
- Allegedly a son of a Russian tycoon, bragging about his wealth online
- Another video shows a man putting a Rolex watch in a bowl of cereal and milk
A Russian tycoon’s son has boasted about his wealth by urinating on $3,000 worth of US dollar bills in a sink.
His video is among the latest bad taste antics by the scions of the super rich.
The unnamed young man posted his footage on an Instagram account dedicated to stunts by the so-called ‘golden spoon generation’, the offspring of Reds-to-Riches moguls.
Stunt: An unknown person is seen pouring cereal on a Rolex watch in a bowl before pouring milk on the expensive timepiece
How modest: A young Russian woman named Maria is seen posing before embarking on a private jet at an unknown location
Shocking: An unnamed Russian man is seen urinating on a sink full of US dollars, reportedly $3,000 in cash
One critic commented: ‘These gilded youths are fools with more money than sense.’
Another posting shows a glamorous young woman named Maria posing beside a private jet.
She is quoted saying: ‘A sum the same as your annual income drops daily into my bank account.’
The average salary in Russia is around £5,500 per year.
Maria is also seen flaunting her wealth in a sports car.
One more wealthy Russian puts is Rolex in a bowl of cereal and adds milk.
Bragging rights: ‘Maria’, whose full name is not known, is seen behind the wheel of a Bentley
Riches: Another photo posted on Instagram, allegedly by a young, rich Russian person, shows bottles of Ace of Spades and Cristal champagne in an ice bucket, decorated with a watch
Waste: A young man is seen spraying Cristal champagne on a sports cat
Another rich heir with expensive tastes from the Russian Caucasus – who loves to be seen in London, as well as Switzerland and Italy – is seen at Secret Room, a VIP nightspot in Dubai, sinking £150-a-bottle Cristal Champagne, originally created in 1876 for Russian Tsar Alexander II.
This oligarch son named only Alexander on posted the message: ‘Three Cristal (bottles) are not enough.’
He is also seen in the snow with bottles of Cristal.
What a time to be alive: A man wearing a Gucci zip-up sweater poses with two watches
A man named ‘Alexander’ poses in a car holding a bottle of Ace of Spades champagne
Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin has previous taken a dim view of Russians flaunting their wealth.
And he told young entrepreneurs: ‘Profit itself is important only from the point of view that it provides an opportunity for further development.
‘Being the richest guy in the cemetery is not the most fun story.
‘Self-realisation in life is generally the most important, most basic, thing, that bringing satisfaction from life.’