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Mark Zuckerberg hits the beach in Hawaii in a UTV before boarding a jet boat and a Hawaiian canoe

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On his latest excursion into the Hawaiian surf, billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, saw billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, arrive at a scenic Kauai beach in a souped-up UTV before boarding an equally impressive jetboat, and the trendy tour de force in a waʻa—an elegant Hawaiian canoe. .

The $136 billion man was joined on his pleasure ride by a buddy instead of the usual partner in his swanky escapades, his wife Priscilla, who was absent.

Together, the couple owns more than 1,300 acres on Kauai, making them the target of critics who criticize them for trying to “colonize” the island, making it the Facebook founder’s personal playground.

The pair first came under scrutiny after Zuckerberg built a wall around his first Hawaiian real estate purchase that blocked access to the beach.

Geek-turned-bad boy Zuckerberg was joined in his over-the-top vehicle tour de force with a buddy, instead of his usual passenger, wife Priscilla

The Facebook founder was accompanied on his joyride(s) by a buddy, rather than the usual partner in his swanky escapades, his wife Priscilla, who was absent.

The Facebook founder was accompanied on his joyride(s) by a buddy, rather than the usual partner in his swanky escapades, his wife Priscilla, who was absent.

The nerd-turned-athlete has taken immense pleasure in the vast tract of land he owns on the scenic island—all 1,300 acres of it

The nerd-turned-athlete has taken immense pleasure in the vast tract of land he owns on the scenic island—all 1,300 acres of it

The nerd-turned-athlete has taken immense pleasure in the vast tract of land he owns on the scenic island—all 1,300 acres of it

Zuckerberg and his friend posed for the camera as they were driven on the Facebook founder's beautiful, hefty jet boat

Zuckerberg and his friend posed for the camera as they were driven on the Facebook founder’s beautiful, hefty jet boat

Zuckerberg has turned the island of Kauai into his personal playground with his over-the-top escapades, taking his privileged friends for the ride

Zuckerberg has turned the island of Kauai into his personal playground with his over-the-top escapades, taking his privileged friends for the ride

The 1,300 acres of land, on which the billionaire spent $116 million in 2014, includes most of Pila’a Beach and the Kahu’aina Plantation. According to the local Hawaiian newspaper the Garden Island, the property has a 6,100-square-foot home, a 16-car garage, its own labyrinth of offices, and an expanded security headquarters for Zuckerberg’s $23 million security team.

On July 4, Zuckerberg posted a chilling clip to his Instagram account as he rode his electronic surfboard over the water, holding an American flag to the tune of John Denver’s hit Take Me Home, Country Roads.

The $136 billion man was seen arriving at a scenic Kauai beach in a UTV before boarding a jet boat and finishing the tour de force in a Hawaiian canoe

The $136 billion man was seen arriving at a scenic Kauai beach in a UTV before boarding a jet boat and finishing the tour de force in a Hawaiian canoe

The $136 billion man was seen arriving in a UTV on a scenic Kauai beach before boarding a jet boat and finishing the tour de force in a Hawaiian canoe

The pair capped off the excursion with an old-fashioned trip on a Hawaiian canoe powered by some billionaire muscle.

The pair capped off the excursion with an old-fashioned trip on a Hawaiian canoe powered by some billionaire muscle.

On his latest excursion into the Hawaiian surf, billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, saw billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, arrive at a scenic Kauai beach in a souped-up UTV before boarding an equally impressive jetboat, and the trendy tour de force in a waʻa—an elegant Hawaiian canoe. .

On his latest excursion into the Hawaiian surf, billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, saw billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, 37, arrive at a scenic Kauai beach in a souped-up UTV before boarding an equally impressive jetboat, and the trendy tour de force in a waʻa—an elegant Hawaiian canoe. .

Zuckerberg posted a chilling clip to his Instagram account on July 4 in which he rides an electronic surfboard over the water.

Zuckerberg posted a chilling clip to his Instagram account on July 4 in which he rides an electronic surfboard over the water.

The Independence Day post was viewed nearly 470,000 times within three hours of it being posted and took to the internet with a myriad of comments that mocked, mocked and criticized the billionaire for an apparent publicity stunt.

Some joked that Zuckerberg “may have united left and right in America—just not in the way he planned.”

Zuckerberg was joined by an entourage of friends who were also all in camouflage.  The trail is 11 miles long and is described as one of the most beautiful yet dangerous in America

Zuckerberg was joined by an entourage of friends who were also all in camouflage. The trail is 11 miles long and is described as one of the most beautiful yet dangerous in America

Zuckerberg seemed up to the challenge in his camouflage attire.  He carried his weapons on his back, in a backpack tied around his waist

Zuckerberg seemed to rise to the challenge in his camouflage attire.  He carried his weapons on his back, in a backpack tied around his waist

Zuckerberg seemed up to the challenge in his camouflage attire. He carried his weapons on his back, in a backpack tied around his waist

And in June, Zuckerberg was seen walking in full camouflage with hunting gear to catch wild boars.

In the past, he has spoken of his love for wild boar hunting. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of feral pigs in Hawaii that eat plants and bother homeowners.

Hunting for them is allowed on the Kalalau Trail, as is hunting for wild goats.

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