Famed Environmentalist Celebrates New Year in Australia, Then Hops Private Jet to Vegas For More Festivities

Posted by on Jan 02, 2013 at 7:31 am

Nothing like being exposed as a total fraud. From his green cred bio:

A committed environmentalist, DiCaprio has received praise from environmental groups for opting to fly on commercial flights instead of chartering private jets, which use more fuel.

That was then, this is now:

Leo DiCaprio and his “Wolf of Wall Street” co-star Jonah Hill racked up some impressive air miles for their New Year’s celebrations — cheering in the New Year in both Sydney and Vegas. The actors were spotted partying on a boat with a group of attractive bikini-clad women while cruising Sydney Harbor on Saturday. The pair flew from Australia to Vegas on a chartered 747 along with stars including Jamie Foxx, Kevin Connolly and Leo’s latest love, Margot Robbie. A source tells us, “They partied at Marquee Star Lounge Sydney and left at 1 a.m. Australia time, flew 13 hours to Vegas, arriving at 10 p.m. to Vegas, and went to Lavo to watch the fireworks.” Leo and his crew later partied at Marquee until the early hours.

So in less than a day he flew a private jet across the globe just so he could party. We don’t want to hear another goddamn word about “saving the planet” from this fraud.

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5 Responses to “Famed Environmentalist Celebrates New Year in Australia, Then Hops Private Jet to Vegas For More Festivities”

  1. theBuckWheat on 2/02/13 at 9:17 am

    He probably will excuse the Australia to Vegas trip by saying that the airplane was going there anyway.

  2. rules for thee and not for me on 2/02/13 at 10:54 am

    Isn’t Algore’s plane powered by enviro friendly unicorn farts?

  3. rich b on 2/02/13 at 11:19 pm

    So Al and Leo (two world-class hypocrites) take to the skies in their personal jet to promote liberal lies in a fuel efficient manner. Seems to me that fat-ass Owl Bore would need a C-17 to get his lard ass off the ground.

    Hmmm… where’s a flock of high flying wayward geese when you need them?