They say that money does not grow on trees, but it definitely falls from the sky, well at least in Russia it does, in the form of paper airplanes.
Millionaire and owner of the social network VKontakte, Pavel Durov, showed his generous side when he threw paper airplanes made from 5000 ruble notes, or about $160 from the window of his office during the weekend.
The 27-year-old, who is reportedly worth $260 million, yielded $2,000 cash to a crowd of people, who gathered in the center of St. Petersburg, causing fights between people trying to catch the airplane cash.
It isn’t the first time the computer guru has grabbed headlines.
His manifesto, which was recently published in his country's magazine, proposed to abolish the national Russian currency and allow foreigners to acquire land in Russia.