Two petitions have appeared on asking not to return the founder of Amazon and Blue Origin, billionaire Jeff Bezos, to Earth after a flight into space on July 20, Business Insider reports.

The petitions were created three days after Bezos announced his participation in a suborbital space flight aboard the New Shepard rocket with his brother Mark.

Jeff Bezos Will Fly Into Space on the New Shepard Rocket in July
For Blue Origin, this will be the first suborbital flight for space tourists on the New Shepard spacecraft. A total of six people will be able to take part in it. Space tourists will rise to an altitude of 100 kilometers above the Earth.

The first petition, "Do not allow Jeff Bezos to return to Earth," explains that "billionaires should not exist… on earth or in space, but should they decide the latter, they should stay there." At the time of this publication, this petition was signed by more than 120 thousand people.

The second petition is called "Petition To Not Allow Jeff Bezos Re-Entry To Earth." Its author calls Bezos "an evil overlord hellbent on global domination." At the time of this writing, the petition has been signed by more than 22 thousand people.

Blue Origin Sold a Space Trip With Jeff Bezos for $28 Million
The Blue Origin auction started on June 7 with 7,600 participants from 159 countries. The amount paid by the winner will go to the Club for the Future Foundation, whose mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in science and engineering.

On July 20, the billionaire will take an 11-minute suborbital flight on Blue Origin's New Shepard with his brother Mark. As soon as New Shepard reaches the Karman line – an imaginary boundary 100 km above the Earth's surface – the capsule will separate from the accelerator, re-enter the atmosphere, and return to Earth using parachutes.