AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes has been criticised for posting a photograph of himself getting a therapeutic massage throughout a gathering.
Mr Fernandes shared the picture on LinkedIn with the caption: “Was a tense week and Veranita Yosephine instructed a therapeutic massage.
“Acquired to like Indonesia and AirAsia tradition that I can have a therapeutic massage and do a administration assembly.”
Ms Yosephine is boss of the Malaysia-based airline’s operation in Indonesia, however it’s unclear who Mr Fernandes was chatting with within the video name.
The image exhibits Mr Fernandes in a glass-walled assembly room whereas a lady in a face masks massages his neck.
After criticism on social media that his actions had been inappropriate, the image was taken down from his LinkedIn profile after just a few days.
“So unprofessional and disrespectful,” stated one consumer on X.
“He ought to be setting an instance of fine work ethics and tradition, not flaunting his physique and privilege.”
One other consumer referred to as it “gross” and stated it “impacts work ethics”.
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Mr Fernandes was born in Malaysia and moved to the UK as a boy to attend the distinguished Epsom Faculty.
The 59-year-old entrepreneur purchased AirAsia from the Malaysian authorities in 2001 and turned it right into a profitable low-cost provider.
Mr Fernandes additionally arrange the Caterham Method One staff and was once the co-owner of west London soccer membership Queens Park Rangers.