Call it occupy Wall Sweet.

This week city dwellers can take a huge chunk out of major capitalism by biting into ice pops shaped to be the world’s leading billionaires: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma.

A Brooklyn artist collective called MSCHF is selling the miniature and scrumptious tech titans in their very own ice cream truck outside of Columbus Circle from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. this evening and will be sticking it to the 1% around town throughout the week.

Tuesday it will be at Brooklyn’s McCarren Park and at Washington Square Park on Wednesday in that same timeframe — the special sale is ongoing in Los Angeles as well.

The tasty art project, aptly titled “Eat The Rich,” retails the ice cream at its own inflated price of $10 apiece under the brand name “Mschfsicle” in a parodied logo of “Popsicle.”

Now New Yorkers can “Munch Musk,” “Bite Bezos,” “Gobble Gates,” “Snack on Jack” and even “Suck Zuck,” as they “devour them all!” the website advertises.

The pops’ packaging also pokes fun at the billionaires’ businesses.

Bezos is shown next to a warped Amazon logo turned into a frowning face and Zuckerberg is surrounded by thumbs down on his.

Looking to bite back at the hyper rich? Here’s your chance. An ice cream truck is selling billionaire themed ice pops around the city this week.
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