UAE operator challenges Facebook CEO

du has challenged Mark Zuckerberg to bring their astronauts a Burrito to space
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Mark Zuckerberg recently launched Facebook’s new Live Streaming service by hosting a live chat with astronauts on the International Space Station.

In response to this news, and in line with its new space-orientated digital campaign, du has challenged Mark Zuckerberg to bring their astronauts a Burrito to space.

The message to Mark was posted on du’s account and has received 8.8k likes so far. The message was also re-posted by one user on Facebook, tagging Mark Zuckerberg – challenging him to respond to du and bring their astronauts burritos to space – so the picture now appears on the news feed of Mark Zuckerberg himself.

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