Yim Leak, the son of Cambodia's deputy prime minister, is showing off on a private jet - G550, purchased for around $20 million in the middle of last year.
The ownership of private jets, and how they're used and sold, reveal so much about a country.
By the start of this year, Yim Leak, the son of Cambodia's deputy prime minister, no longer needed use of an old private jet. Why? He had access to a newer jet, a Gulfstream G550, purchased for around $20 million in the middle of last year.
Yim is the chairman of BIC Group, a Cambodian conglomerate with interests in financial services and real estate. And, as @ibossleak on Instagram, he hasn't been shy about posting from the new jet.
These jets aren't technically owned by Yim, although he uses them regularly. So who is the owner, and how does this world work?
Would it surprise you if the aircraft were controlled by entities linked to a South African businessman with a criminal record?
For our loyal readers, of course, none of this will come as a shock. This is how the world works. Read on!