Michael Jeffries, CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, has his own $50 million corporate jet, and very clear rules for the crew when he flies.
From the flight handbook:
* Male staffers are to be clean-shaven and wear a uniform of Abercrombie polo shirts, flip-flops and a “spritz” of the firm’s cologne — and boxer briefs. All staffers must wear sunglasses.
* When Jeffries, 68, or boyfriend Matthew Smith make a request, the reply must be, “No problem” — not, “Just a minute,” or “Sure.”
* Stewards must wear black gloves to handle silverware — but white gloves to set the table.
* Toilet paper must not be “exposed” and its “end square” should not be folded. “Washclothes are to be tri-folded.”
The staffers, described as actors and models, were also instructed to check for fingerprints on the Gulfstream G550 jet, arrange fresh flowers, center salt and pepper on meal trays, properly fold seat-belt buckles — and make sure the Phil Collins song “Take Me Home” is playing when passengers board.
Having that kind of money is a WHOLE different life….