Between Zooming in to various Senate hearings this summer, Mark Zuckerberg emerged from his Hawaiian compound to catch some waves on his electric surfboard while slathered in a solid-white layer of zinc, much to the delight and ridicule of the internet. This weekend, the Facebook CEO once again tried his hand at hanging ten, and this time seemed to have gotten the SPF right.
Zuckerberg celebrated his net worth growing by 46% during the pandemic by returning to the scene of the meme and once again letting his Hydrofoil board take him for a ride. Unlike the remote-controlled eFoil board, which retails for around $12,000 and is a favorite amongst stars like Justin Bieber, Orlando Bloom, and Brody Jenner, the tech entrepreneur’s version has to be towed behind a speedboat in order to get going. Because nothing says surf’s up like having to wait for your friends to give you a push.
While he ditched the extreme ghostly pallor that previously garnered him comparisons to a mime, Queen Elizabeth I, and the Joker on social media, he did double-down on the safety protocols, adding some fingerless rubber gloves to his full-body wetsuit and tossing on a brilliant red helmet just for good measure.
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