We all like to think, if and when we become millionaires, that it won’t change us. Let’s prove that money can’t buy you happiness, with our Top 10 weirdest things done by millionaires.
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 weirdest things done by millionaires! Salvatore ‘Sam’ Cerreto – Salvatore, or Sam, Cerreto was a brilliant property developer, making millions through deals in Sydney, Australia. Robert Klark Graham – Robert Klark Graham was an optometrist. He invented shatterproof lenses for glasses, making his fortune. In 1980, he decided it was time to create a master race. He opened the Repository for Germinal Choice. Ingvar Kamprad – Ingvar Kamprad could be one of the richest men on the planet, although his financial arrangements are pretty complicated, so it’s difficult to say for sure. Leona Helmsley – ‘We don’t pay taxes. Only the little people pay taxes.’ This quote should tell you all you need to know about Leona Helmsley. Clive Palmer – We all know Jurassic Park was a brilliant action-fantasy movie. Except Clive Palmer, however. He thought it was a documentary.
Jocelyn Wildenstein and the Duchess of Alba – When you’re a millionaire, you would think you’d be able to afford a good plastic surgeon. This was unfortunately not true for our next two subjects. Robert Durst – Son of real estate mogul Seymour Durst, Robert Durst had a troubled childhood. Berggruen and Graham Pendrill – Here are two millionaires that realised money doesn’t buy happiness, and did something about it. Nicolas Berggruen made a $2 billion fortune through shrewd investments, but lost interest in cultivating posessions. Yuri Milner, Paul Allen & Richard Branson – It must be something about millionaires. They’ve conquered the business world, then look for other worlds to conquer. Tony Toutouni and Dan Bilzerian – Todays generation of moneybags and bachelors are just as unapologetically extroverted, likely due in part to the presence of social media, which also allows us to experience the lives of the ultra wealthy.