3 May, 2018 @ 16:46
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WATCH: Billionaire expat thrown huge bachelor party in Marbella complete with mansions, five-star hotels and private jets

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A SWEDISH billionaire expat has given the world an insight into his lavish bachelor celebrations in Marbella.

Jon Olsson, 35, shared a video to his 1.1 million followers on YouTube which showed the insane party begin with a staged kidnapping from his luxury Marbella pad.

The Swedish professional freeskier and alpine ski racer will soon marry his partner, lifestyle and fashion blogger Janni Delér.

His billionaire father-in-law Rickard Deler organised the party.

Olsson was dragged to a helicopter hangar blindfolded where he was treated to a lapdance before boarding a helicopter which took the stag do over the Costa del Sol and to Malaga’s famous Ascari racetrack.

“This is probably my favourite place in Spain — they have a lot of toys and a lot of fun things,” Olsson said before choosing a car and tearing up the track.

The group then raced to exclusive property hotspot Sotogrande for a game of polo, before travelling to a nearby airfield, where they boarded an €60,000,000 private jet and flew to Barcelona.

“You guys are crazy in a fantastic way,” Olsson told his friends as they stepped on board the jet, complete with leather furniture, seafood and champagne.

They then checked into a luxury suite at the five-star W Hotel in the Catalan capital, complete with a jacuzzi and rotating bed.
“I feel like I’m in a movie in Vegas,” Olsson said.

It comes after Olsson, who splits his time between Marbella and Monaco, put his old Marbella home, Casa Como, on the market for €1,700,000 last July.


Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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