When you shut down your state-owned airline you may have to build new statues
Here’s a new Dada poet posing as Irish boss of Ryanir, Michael McLeary. Bragging about pocketing the money from a captive customer base in Hungary, he declared the following in Budapest (and with a very straight face):
“I look forward to see the unveiling of the statue to Michael O’Leary in the main square, having having done more for the Hungarian economy and jobs than almost any other [person] who has one of those many other dull, old statues you have around this city.”
Clearly, the modest CEO is all into Dada statues.