An unnamed nut case ... er, investor ... paid $1 million Thursday night to go to the moon with Leonardo DiCaprio.
According to the New York Daily News, the "Wolf of Wall Street" actor offered the trip at a star-studded auction in Cannes, France, for amFAR, the nonprofit supporting AIDS research.
This wasn't even the first person to sign up for the big trip with Leo. He conned ... er, convinced someone last year at the same event to pony up even more for the "space trip."
Sharon Stone, chair of amFAR, was the auctioneer for the event that raised $38 million. Right, that Sharon Stone.
If they really wanted to raise a lot of money, they should've have auctioned off a chance to keep Stone from re-enacting her famous leg-crossing scene from "Basic Instinct."
What? It was overrated the first time.
Last year's sucker ... er, winner was Russian real estate mogul Vasily Klyukin, who paid $1.5 million to theoretically go into outer space with DiCaprio on Virgin Galactic's SpaceshipTwo.
The News pointed out that the Virgin Galactic private reusable space plane is still being tested. Meanwhile, Leo keeps signing people up.
The rocket-powered spaceship reached an altitude of 71,000 feet in January. Which isn't quite the almost quarter-million miles to the moon.