29 Mar '11, 1pm

Richard Branson to honour cross-dressing bet

Richard Branson to honour cross-dressing bet

SINGAPORE: British tycoon Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin group, plans to honour his cross-dressing bet on May 1, by dressing up in full AirAsia stewardess regalia on a flight between Kuala Lumpur and London. The flamboyant businessman had previously lost a bet to AirAsia's chief Mr Tony Fernandes, on which of their F1 teams would finish higher in the 2010 World Championship. This latest date comes after he had to delay his flight attendant debut in January, after accidentally breaking his leg. "Richard has to deliver on this bet, and the latest I have heard, without him breaking his legs anymore, is May 1 - which is just after the royal wedding. So he may be borrowing the new princesses wedding dress and then changing into an AirAsia stewardess outfit, but the last information I got and an announcement will be made soon is that he will be flying London-KL in Ma...

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