A visual guide to Pablo Escobar's mind-blowing wealth
Pablo Escobar was a bad dude. How bad? Well, look at it this way, throughout the 1970s and '80s, the man's Medellin drug cartel trafficked more than 80 percent of the world's cocaine.
How much money did it make from its global domination? We don't want to ruin it for you, but here's a teaser: the cartel spent $1,000-a-week solely on rubber bands to keep their piles of cash organised.
There were so many notes, Escobar would resort to burying huge piles of cash in fields to hide it. He would even write off 10 percent of it annually because rats were gnawing away at his profits.
Want another clue? The average person on a average modern wage would have to work for 1,155 years, saving all they made in the process, just to earn what the Medellin cartel made in a single day.
So loads, is what we're saying. Watch the video below, but don't be getting any ideas. Just watch Narcos like the rest of us.