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Moron of the Moment – Sir Philip Green

‘Sir Shifty’ filmed in debauched incident in Mykonos; he would do better to sip rather than spray his beverages

 

Sir Philip Green will forever be remembered as a man whose former company, BHS, collapsed with the loss of 11,000 jobs. At that time, in The Steeple Times, the actor and producer Steven Berkoff compared him to both Shylock and Al Capone, but now ‘Badly Behaved Boozy Brit Abroad’ can add be added to this slug-like individual’s roster after he was spotted dousing fellow diners with champagne in Greece.

 

Filmed by someone named Sarah Nazari and shared on her Instagram page, the minute long clip shows Sir Philip at a beach bar-restaurant named Nammos Mykonos. Alongside other revelers, the business tycoon was pictured hosing other guests down with £109 ($141, €120 or درهم517) per bottle “spraying champagne.” He didn’t look like he had a care in the world and perhaps, just maybe, his daughter’s new jailbird boyfriend, Jeremy Meeks, had provided him with inspiration to behave like a reprobate.

 

Of antics more befitting of a 20-year old than a 65-year old, an unnamed source told The Times: “You couldn’t be in this club if you aren’t rich, so he wasn’t impressing anyone. He just looked like a sad old man trying to play with the pretty people.” Spot on: ‘Sir Shifty’, at his age, would do well to sip rather than spray.

 

 

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9 comments on “Moron of the Moment – Sir Philip Green”

  1. Philip wasn’t the naughtiest boy in the yard!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He just caught being a bit of a greedy piggy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let him spray!!!!!!!!!!! He looks like he’s having fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Is it necessary to continue to pick on Sir Philip Green? He did pay a huge amount of money into the fund for the pensions and thus should no longer be pilloried. I must say though that I do think he ought to sit down. At his age he plainly should not be behaving like a child.

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