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This picture of ‘World’s Richest Man’ Bill Gates standing in line for hamburger is breaking the internet!

His net worth is $95.6 billion and yet he waits patiently in line for a hamburger and coke. #Respect

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New Delhi Published on: January 18, 2019 16:52 IST
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This picture of ‘World’s Richest Man’ Bill Gates standing in line for hamburger is breaking the internet! 

How many friends do you know who boast about their random uncle earning in seven digits? How many of your friends have their ‘Chacha’ as Vidhayak? I guess plenty. And the amusing fact is that how we like to boast about our random rich relative and take advantage of their status. However, such is not the case with World’s Richest Man Bill Gates, who still prefer to live his life as normal people do. Though we already know how a simpleton Mr Gates is, his recent picture at a hamburger outlet in Seattle is breaking the internet. In the picture, Bill Gates is standing in the line, waiting for his turn to the counter. The picture was posted on Facebook by a former Microsoft employee.

He was wearing a red sweatshirt and a pair of jeans. Hands in his pockets, he looked like he had no idea that he himself has the means to buy the entire restaurant instead of standing in the queue. The picture is an eye-opener for many people who belong to the same spectrum of the society and act like they own the world.

In fact, the person who shared the picture, Mike Galos took a jibe at American President Donald Trump talking about his luxurious lifestyle. He wrote, “THIS is how real rich people behave unlike the gold toilet seat wannabe poser in the White House.”

Bill Gates is said to be utterly humble when it comes to his lifestyle. He is known for his down-to-earth demeanour and amicable ways. 

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