SHAMED BHS tycoon Sir Philip Green has been caught on video spraying bottles of champagne amongst bikini-clad women in a Greek beach bar.
He was filmed drenched in bubbly while partying with businessman Robert Tchenguiz on the island of Mykonos.
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A clip posted on Instagram shows the 65-year-old appearing to fire fizz around at Nammos – which offers €120 bottles of “spraying Champagne” on its menu.
He was reportedly at the bar, frequented by Hollywood stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, for a lunch with Mr Tchenguiz as he holidays with his wife Tina on the island whilst his superyacht is moored off the coast.
But his antics didn’t seem to impress the other patrons, with reports some ran out of the bar with towels covering their hair as the sparkling wine was sprayed around.
A source told The Times: “Conde Nast Traveller said this was one of the best beach bars in the world.
“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.”
They added: “The girls were not too happy about their dresses being soaked with champagne.
“We had thought we were going to an upmarket place.”
Patrons at Nammos can enjoy a six-course lunch for seven people and use of the helipad, a beach cabana with a giant hot tub and a private butler – for the price of $5,000.
As well as serving luxury kobe beef and seafood from its own private fishing boat, thirsty drinkers can buy a Nebuchadnezzar – the equivalent to 20 normal-sized bottles – of Armand de Brignac Rosé for €72,000.
The 65-year-old has faced calls to be stripped of his knighthood in the wake of BHS collapse – which eventually saw him pay £363million to rescue the high street retailer’s pension scheme.
Sir Phil is said to have dismissed the relationship between the 26-year-old heiress and the former criminal as a “holiday fling”.