Nowadays, even your lunch can go viral.
On Saturday, TMZ ran a story on Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich's $52,000 lunch at NYC eatery Nello's.
The accompanying image of the receipt (seen to the right) has since gone viral based on its pure excess, which includes seven $5,000 bottles of booze (keep in mind the bill was paid at 2:39pm!) and a $7,328 gratuity.
I'm all for sitting down for a fancy meal, but my handy Zagat guide goes so far as to even bring the quality at Nello's into question.
Nello's scores a not so hot "19" in the Food department. By comparison, DC-based burger chain Five Guys pulls in a whopping "24."
Anyone can whip up a $47,000 tab buying overpriced pasta and champagne. Now if a Russian billionaire was able to throw down over 50 grand at a fast food burger joint, that would impressive!
I think it would be worth the expense just to hear the Five Guys employee yell out "Seven thousand one hundred and forty two patties!"
And at a fast food restaurant, Abramovich wouldn't even have to pay gratuity. So it would save him a quick $7000. That's frugal thinking.
And, according to Zagat, he would have gotten a better meal.