Ousted chairman of the AA, Bob Mackenzie, faces demand to repay more than £1m in bonuses following disclosure of a second altercation.
Breakdown service the AA has demanded the repayment of more than £1m in bonuses from former chairman Bob Mackenzie following news of a previously undisclosed "public altercation", according to reports.
The AA has written to Mackenzie demanding the repayment of bonuses for 2016 and 2017, Sky News reports, a figure amounting to £1.2m.
Mackenzie left his role as executive chairman in July following a row in a hotel bar with Michael Lloyd, the head of the company's insurance business. The AA described Mackenzie's behaviour at the time as "gross miscond
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