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This Picture of 63 Years Old Bill Gates Standing in Line for Hamburger is Breaking the Internet

Bill Gates may be one of the richest men in the world, but he’ll have to wait in line for a burger just like the rest of us. The burger-loving billionaire was spotted waiting in a line at Dick’s Drive-In in Seattle over the weekend, to the delight of fellow customers.

The American business magnate with a fortune of $95.5 billion was seen wearing a red sweater, gray pants and black sneakers as he waited with his hands in his pockets for his burger order on Sunday.

The meal would have cost the billionaire just $7.68 thanks to the drive-in’s cheap prices where a deluxe burger costs $3.40, fries $1.90, and a large Coke $2.38. The casual photo of the billionaire was posted on Facebook on Tuesday by a former Microsoft employee Mike Galos. e!’


The photo of the billionaire waiting in line for his burger over the weekend has gone viral after it was posted in a Microsoft alumni group page The photo was snapped in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle on Sunday evening by a Microsoft alum who posted the picture to a closed alumni board page. ‘When you’re worth about $100,000,000,000, run the largest charity in the history of the world and stand in line for a burger, fries and Coke at Dick’s like the rest of us…’ Galos captioned the photo which instantly went viral. 

‘THIS is how real rich people behave unlike the gold toilet seat wannabe poser in the White House,’ he added, throwing a punch at President Donald Trump. The picture has racked up 15,000 likes and 12,000 shares. Galos said Gates is incredibly humble when it comes to his massive fortune and celebrity status. ‘Bill’s not big on attention but is generally friendly and understands he’s a bit of a celebrity…I’ve chatted with him at parties before but on the street or in a restaurant I don’t know him well enough to go over and say hi,’ he said.


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