There is something intensely intriguing about the world's richest people — and as the third youngest billionaire in the world and Norway's richest man, 24-year-old Gustav Magnar Witzøe certainly makes for an interesting case study.
Gustav Magnar owns almost half of Norwegian fish farming company Salmar, a stake that was gifted to him by his father when he was just 19. He's now worth a staggering $1.9 billion (£1.4 billion), according to Forbes.
Fortunately for anyone curious about he spends his wealth, he documents his extravagant lifestyle on Instagram.
Keep scrolling to see how the third youngest billionaire in the world splits his time between his glamorous family, exotic holidays, getting tattoos, buying expensive clothes, and investing in local tech startups.See the rest of the story at Business Insider