'It's not the 1970s anymore': more flak for Henry

Oliver Lewis
Thu, 05 May 2022

DGL Group chief executive Simon Henry referred to Nadia Lim as "Eurasian fluff" in a recent interview. (Image: Supplied)
DGL Group chief executive Simon Henry referred to Nadia Lim as "Eurasian fluff" in a recent interview. (Image: Supplied)
Oliver Lewis
Thu, 05 May 2022
DGL chief executive Simon Henry is being heavily criticised for his remarks last month about Nadia Lim, which have been described as misogynist and racist.In an interview with NBR, Henry, who assessed his own worth at roughly $600 million, referred to a photo of Lim beside a barbeque used in a prospectus ahead of My Food Bag’s initial public offering.The chemical company founder called Lim “a little bit of Eurasian fluff”, suggested she was “showing some cleavage”, and alleged the celebrity chef was “showing...

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