Millionaire Flies Money Paper Planes at Lucky Passersby

Mark Zuckerberg, take note: Millionaire Pavel Durov, who is the CEO of Russia’s largest social network Vkontakte, reportedly spent his weekend flying money paper planes out of his St. Petersburg office window.

The 27-year-old made it rain on some lucky people who happened to be walking by, according to MSN. He made his airplanes from 5,000-ruble notes, which equate to around $160.

After giving away around $2,000 he had to stop because “people turned into animals.” Yeah, money can do that.

The young businessman is worth $260 million dollars.