Jeff Bezos apparently installed a soft-serve machine in his Beverly Hills mansion

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Summertime means ice cream, and if you're the world's richest person, said ice cream can come to you instead of you ever having to step foot outside your $175 million estate. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos appears to have proved as much, with reports swirling throughout the week about him installing a soft-serve ice cream machine in his sprawling Beverly Hills home. 

Los Angeles-based CVT Soft Serve shared a post on Instagram on Monday about the reported addition to Bezos' home: "I just did an ice cream delivery to a guy that now has CVT on tap in his house 24/7.⁣ Thank you Jeff Bezos for being our first residential #CVTeeny client.⁣"

The post concluded: "What. The Actual. Fuck?!?⁣"

Representatives for Bezos didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

The CVTeeny is an ice cream machine that resembles a truck (complete with a customizable license plate) and offers three flavors, according to CVT's website: chocolate, vanilla and twist. 

It's not clear how much the machine cost the former Amazon CEO, but surely Bezos, with a net worth of around $185 billion, can easily afford it.