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The son of a millionaire has shared a clip of himself cleaning the wheels of his Lamborghini using champagne.
All that money and he's still washing his own car.
Victor Micula, who is the son of tycoon worth £160m ($210m), regularly shows off his glamourous lifestyle on social media and in his latest clip he told followers he wanted to find out which brand of champagne - Moet Chandon or Cristal - got his wheels looking cleanest.
In the clip, Micula, who is from Romania but now lives in Switzerland, can be seen in front of his Lamborghini Urus SUV.
He then explains what he's up to before popping the cork on a bottle of bubbly and pouring it all over the tyre and wheel.
Victor said: "I was curious, which of the two champagnes washes the Lamborghini's wheels better. Let's see which one washes better.
"Also, the face mask should not be forgotten as it is useful for something."
Sadly, Micula doesn't appear to give us an answer so we'll never know which champagne is the better for cleaning car tyres.
Micula, who stands to inherit a fortune from his dad Viorel, has hit headlines numerous times in his home country due to his bizarre antics.
While still attending school, he would be flown in via helicopter so he could enjoy a longer lie-in in the mornings.
He also got himself banned from a school exam after he was caught cheating.
When he said he wanted to visit a monastery to try and unwind and escape exam stress, he opted for a helicopter to take him there - much to the annoyance of those mediating.
According to local news site G4Media.ro, Micula and four policemen are facing prosecution after he allegedly dressed up in official police uniform so he could join them in a search.
The report claims he also had access to potentially sensitive police databases.
Bihor Prosecutor's Office told the news outlet Micula 'carried out several activities specific to a police officer that night'.
The office alleged that he had been involved in a 'body search, vehicle search assistance with all the activity of finding the crime, accompanying the person investigated to the hospital for biological samples, etc.'
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