How else could we comment on this story if not as "rich things"? While we poor mortals strive to lead a more or less normal life among the thousands of restrictions related to the Coronavirus pandemic, someone is faring much better. Specifically, those who have a lot of money. Like Richard Muljadi, a well-known rich man from Jakarta, related to a magnate of the pharmaceutical industry.
His name might not tell you much, but he's famous in Indonesia for his multimillionaire extravaganzas. Like, she bought a car for his dog once. In case we're about to tell you, he bought all the seats on a plane out of fear of Covid. You got it right: flying on a plane, Batik Air bought all the tickets (12 seats in business class and 150 in economy) only for himself and his wife.
I buy the whole plane for fear of Covid
In the face of those who say that money does not buy happiness: at least security, however, yes. Good Muljadi posted on Instagram a series of snapshots showing the completely empty flight. In the captions he explained that he and his wife are "super paranoid" about the fear of Covid, and an exclusive plane seemed to be the best option to be able to travel safely.
If you are thinking that this is the exaggeration of a braggart, think again. The same airline has made it known that yes, Mr. Muljadi has booked two seats for himself and his wife on that flight to Bali. It is not known in the name of who bought the others. All this cost him approximately 100 million Indonesian rupees, or more or less 6,000 euros. So, just to avoid taking risks.