Fake Instagram millionaires using grounded planes for photoshoots

For £150 you might be able to trick your friends into thinking you've got a jet set lifestyle


Russia's Instagram obsession is taking off... without leaving the ground.

Wannabe-rich Russians are paying hundreds to fake their Instagram photos on private jets.

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For $200 (£150), you can buy a two-hour professional photoshoot of what looks to be you boarding a private jet. Videos of the fake flight run another $400 (£300).

You can even add a hair and makeup team.

The images are promoted as authentic experiences, hopefully sending buyers' follower count higher than the price of the photo shoot.

Private Jet Studio will also help with social media strategy, helping maximize shares and impact.

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