Big Jet, Big Plans: GoogleJet Mired in Lawsuits

Tongues are wagging at Valleywag, where our gossipy stepsisters turn us on to a map of the luxo-sport private jet owned by Google cofounders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. The two GoogleMoguls snagged a used Boeing 767, an usually large plane for use as a private jet. The wide-bodied behemoth is big enough for bedrooms, a lounge, a dining room, and even multiple bedrooms, one with a California king-size bed.

There were disputes between the two cofounders revolving around who would get such a gigantic bed and if it would even fit into the party-plane's bedrooms. They also requested hammocks hanging from the ceiling and other weirdnesses. Soon, another dispute arose with the designer who was summarily fired for "not doing his job properly." Alas, lawsuits have begun to fly, as is usually the case with the superrich, who are different from you and me.

Lawsuits Fly Over Google Founders' Big Private Plane [Wall Street Journal (free), via Valleywag]