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Eccentric billionaire Count Chiquinho Scarpa made headlines when he told the world he was going to bury his $1 million Bentley because he was inspired by the Pharaohs of Egypt who would be buried with all their most valuable possessions.
As you can imagine, this caused a huge amount of outrage amongst the Brazilian public who took to news channels, video blogs and of course Twitter to express their hatred for the man.
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