Martin Shkreli is enjoying this a little too much.
Price-hiking pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli has refused to bow down to criticism of his smug appearance before Congress, in which he refused to testify.
Shkreli pleaded the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination on Thursday and refused to answer questions on why he bought the rights to a drug used to treat HIV before increasing its price by 5,000 per cent.
The outspoken 32-year-old, who smirked as he was quizzed by members of Congress, tweeted on Friday night that his only regret was not bringing his Nintendo DS along with him.
Shkreli, who spent most of his Friday night retweeting people who had nice things to say about him, had earlier posted a message on Twitter calling members of Congress ‘imbeciles’.
The former head of Turing Pharmaceuticals was called to testify in a House oversight hearing on prescription drug prices.
However, he made a mockery of proceedings by refusing to answer questions, failing to look at Congressmen and women as they spoke to him and rolling his eyes as they asked why he had chosen to dramatically increase the price of a potentially life-saving drug.
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