SIR Philip Green gave a stewardess a kiss when he boarded his private jet amid sexual harassment claims.
The 66-year-old was seen entering his plane in Arizona.
On Thursday, Green was named as the tycoon who paid £ 500,000 for a courtroom banning revelations of alleged bullying, sexual harassment and racism.
He said he was "very, very upset" after the allegations came to light.
And on Tuesday he made his phone call before kissing a stewardess on the cheek as he entered his private jet.
After Green what named by MP Peter Hain, a former employee.
The Former Employee Said: "He just got her arms around the back of her neck. She did not even really realize what happened.
"He took scissors and cut a lock of hair. It's outrageous behavior. "
The issue is "lingering hugs".
Another female director was humiliated walking around the office holding his hand.
However, Green dismissed the allegations claiming his behavior what only "banter".
The worker said Green called "honey" and commented on their "curvy" figures.
"Creepy" and "bullying" behavior, it is claimed.
Meanwhile, Nancy Dell'Olio, 57, claims Green offered for £ 1million to spend the night with him.
Nancy said of the 2010 encounter: "Philip pawed at my wrist and told me 'I'll be worth a million'."
But Green hit back and denied the socialite's claims of a liaison offer and joked: "She should be so lucky."
Green denies the claims of alleged bullying, sexual harassment and racism and said he is being used as "target practice".
He said, "I'm being used as a target practice when there is zero evidence.
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"It's injuring my business, all the people who work in my business and it's injuring me and my family."
"I've been in the business for more than 40 years. There's no doubt that it's never been offensive.
"If anything I've said open, I'm happy to apologize."
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