Almost overnight, the co-working company WeWork went from a $47 billion behemoth on the verge of a major IPO, to a fallen-from-grace cautionary tale. Last week, the young, promising CEO of the firm, Adam Neumann, was ousted by investors after a Wall Street Journal report chronicled his over-the-top lifestyle. Another article from over the summer revealed that he had personally cashed out more than $700 million from the company. Yikes.

Shady business practices are one thing, of course, but like most "genius" entrepreneurs, Neumann boasted an inventory of truly bizarre habits that would make even Elizabeth Holmes scratch her head.

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