Well this is a excellent example for all the ER forum folks who are scrimping and saving so they can leave their kids a big inheritance, it can easily not be a family legacy, but a an opportunity to slack off.
I am absolutely certain that if I had received a big inheritance, I would have found a way to leave the rat race and slack off as soon as possible. Likewise, if Universal Basic Income had become a thing during my working years, I would have found a way to live on that income and immediately retired. Had I done so before I knew enough about personal finance, I would have been a real mess. Instead, I have kept working long enough to generate my own safety net, and my own understanding of how to FIRE and slack off without risk of running out of funds. I won't feel bad about leaving a family legacy that lets my kids slack off at young (ER) ages, if they have at least lived long enough in the working world to understand what they are giving up and how to manage a windfall well enough to get what they want out of it.