: Entrepeneur and millionaire Datuk Aliff Syukri courted another controversy when he uploaded a picture of him and family having a meal by the road side, in Zurich, Switzerland.
In the Instagram post, Aliff who is also known as Abang Terlajak Laris, due to his product tagline, said he had resorted to that 'extreme measure' due to the difficulty in finding a halal restaurant.
"We went to a restaurant with our own food because it is so hard to find halal food here. We thought of eating there, and probably order drinks so that we could eat there. But we were thrown out.
"So we eat by the road side," he wrote.
Among those who criticised his action was celebrity chef, Chef Wan.
"It's not good image for Malaysian to eat like this. You have money, Datuk! We need to look after our image as Malaysian, especially abroad," he commented.
The internationally renowed chef said Aliff's action can be interpreted wrongly by the people.
"Over doing things will only lead to unnecessary criticism. Flaunting our assets is not only discouraged by Islam, but is able to jeopardy one's image.
"You might have the money but you cannot buy the class," he advises.