An Arcadia worker has today called on Sir Philip Green to sell his £100million superyacht to help staff amid the collapse of his retail empire - which came days after he was pictured casually walking through the streets of Monaco.
The group, which includes high street brands such as Topshop, Wallis and Dorothy Perkins, was plunged into administration last night, putting 13,000 jobs at risk.
It is also reportedly set to trigger the breakdown of a deal to save struggling Debenhams.
JD Sports could pull out of a rescue deal for the department store after the collapse of Arcadia, putting another 12,000 jobs at risk.
Today one customer assistant told the BBC that he thought Sir Philip, whose wife is the owner of the Arcadia group, should sell his £100million yacht to help staff.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Monaco resident Sir Philip was seen relaxing in the French principality, where he keeps the super yacht, over the weekend. He is planning a Christmas stay at a luxury Maldives resort, according to reports.
Speaking to Radio Four Today's Programme, under the condition of anonymity, the Arcadia worker said: 'We haven't really been told what's happening. All we know is we need to keep working as normal.
Sir Philip Green, pictured with wife Tina, saw his Arcadia empire collapse into administration last night
Monaco resident Sir Philip was seen relaxing in the French principality, where he keeps the super yacht, over the weekend
One Arcadia worker told the BBC they felt Sir Philip Green should sell his superyacht Lionheart (pictured: workers aboard the yacht when it was docked in Italy) in order to help staff
'I have a pension but I'm not sure what's going to happen to it. I think we may be out of a job.
'I think he should sell his yacht and take money out of his own pocket to help his staff, to make sure people aren't going to be without money for Christmas.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
It comes as reports suggest the future of Debenhams is hanging in the balance with JD Sports set to pull the plug on a rescue deal amid the