VIDEO: ‘Mr. Monopoly’ Photobombs Google CEO Sundar Pichai at Judiciary Hearing

“Mr. Monopoly Man” photobombed Google CEO Sundar Pichai at the House Judiciary Hearing on Tuesday morning.

Pichai was called into Congress to explain Google business practices including data collection and targeting of conservative voices.

“Mr. Monopoly” sat behind Sundar Pichai and made faces at the camera during opening remarks.

Newsweek interviewed Mr. Monopoly back in october 2017.

Amanda Werner of Americans for Financial Reform and Public Citizen blew up the internet on Wednesday by slipping on a black top hat and a bushy white mustache and sitting two rows behind Equifax disgraced ex-CEO Richard Smith during his Senate Banking Committee testimony on Wednesday.

The costume is immediately recognizable as Rich Uncle Pennybags from the board game Monopoly — always a powerful image of wealth and pomposity begging to be punctured.

Werner, who uses the gender pronoun “they” instead of “he” or “she,” used the monocle and dabbed forehead sweat with giant paper money bags — accessories they purchased on Amazon.

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