‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green reduced to celebrating his birthday on his lonesome; here is proof of how the mighty can truly fall
The Mail on Sunday, for once, provided an accurate assessment this morning.
In reporting on having encountered Sir Philip Green on his birthday in Monaco, the paper’s Katie Hind actually did something truly amusing.
Supposedly, the man dubbed a “cross between Shylock and Al Capone” by Steven Berkoff in this very publication now has a “group of friends… growing smaller by the day.” He sat mostly on his lonesome drinking “a flat white” and when asked why he wasn’t having a birthday party, bizarrely answered:
“I don’t want a party and I didn’t get any presents. I didn’t have a party so that’s why I didn’t get any presents. I just want to be left alone for three months.”
The only remaining questions are these: Where was his sorry excuse for a daughter and where was his title obssessed wife? ‘Sir Shifty’ truly is fast becoming ‘Billy No Mates.’ Diddums.