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After the billionaires, it was Lionel Messi’s turn, who was caught stealing his private jet.

Ever since citizens pinned the indecent use of private jets by the powerful on social media, no one is immune from exposure. After Bernard Arnault, Elon Musk and Kylie Jenner, it was Lionel Messi’s turn to take off his suspenders.

The @laviondebernard Twitter account shows that an Argentine has emitted 1,502 tons of CO2 from his plane in the last three months, equal to the consumption of the average Frenchman over… 150 years. London, Barcelona, ​​Buenos Aires, New York, Nice, Montevideo… This summer Pulga made 52 flights between Europe, South and North America.

But as So Foote tells us, Lionel Messi may own his plane, but he’s not the only one who uses it. The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner recently loaned it to Luis Suárez, his former teammate from Barça, for his return to Uruguay’s Nacional club. This does not detract from the fuel consumption of the aircraft.

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