Floyd Mayweather Counts $1 Million in Cash on Private Jet After Getting Out of Jail

Random Celebrity Article By on August 21, 2012

If you were just released from jail after serving a 90 day sentence, what's the first thing you would do? Visit your wife and family? Eat a home cooked meal? Maybe play a round of golf? What if you were worth $115 million? Well, we found the answer to the latter scenario last night when Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was released from a Vegas prison after serving a 90 day stint for domestic battery. The first thing Floyd did with his freedom? Hop a private jet to Miami with a million cash, duh!

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And apparently Floyd wasn't satisfied with merely having $1 million in cash in his luggage. He had to count it, bundle by bundle for the cameras to see. I especially enjoyed the part where he gets sick of pulling out individual bundles so he just grabs an entire pallet of cash. Good for Floyd. He served his time and now deserves to do whatever he wants. If you'll recall, early into his incarceration Floyd begged a judge let him free because the prison food was making his muscles waste away. Floyd claimed that his body was accustomed to taking in 3-4000 calories per day, not the 800 calories that the standard prison food provided. He also claimed the jail workout equipment and times were not enough to maintain his strict physical activity regimen. In court, prosecutor Lisa Luzaich laughed at Floyd's complaints, saying "It's jail. Where did he think he was going? The Four Seasons?"

After spending three months eating crappy food and not being able to properly train, how long do you think it will take for Mayweather to get back into fighting shape? Here is the video of Floyd getting on his private jet and counting $1 million cash:

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