Avoca theatre in La Serena, Portugal, where the event was held, has removed all images that the company’s chief executive, Bruno Ferrer, has taken, including two photographs from a일산출장마사지 일산출장안마 Facebook account he used while in his capacity as president of the company.
In a st마사지atement Tuesday, CEO Ferrer said that the images had been published by his personal Twitter account with a caption of “Not a representative of [sic] our company.”
Ferrara added that if people continue to post them on Twitter, it has “an effect on the image quality, which is the important thing.”
The site’s website warns people not to make false claims about Ferrer’s image, and to be careful to never publish personal photos.
“Your picture is NOT a representative of our company, nor does it represent the opinion of any of our staff,” the site says.
But Ferrer is not the only one who’s noticed the issue.
Bengio’s vice president of design for Latin America, Antonio Viana, said the images, which depict the company’s famous buildings, were “embarrassing.”
“The image in question seems to show the building being damaged by something,” he told FoxNews.com. “That is absolutely not what we have in mind. It is very embarrassing and unacceptable.”
That statement, which was also shared on Twitter by Ferrer, appears to contradict reports from a previous press release announcing his new role as executive chairman.
In that release, he was listed as a vice president, though that role would normally go to a managing director or other senior member. In late October, the company announced that the board had elected vice president Ferrer as chief executive, replacing the current president, José Manuel García Aznar, who quit in February due to “family reasons.”
As previously reported, the company’카지노s headquarters has been closed for many months, and it’s been unclear exactly when that happened. However, some of the damage appears to have been done in recent weeks.
Earlier this year, the site’s former vice president, Daniel DeLeon, posted photographs of the destruction on Facebook, with the caption “As the news goes out here is a picture of #Burgos” (in Portuguese), a reference to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and her political rival, Michel Temer. The first photo included the words “Dilma is being hit by a truck,” and the second, labeled “Burgos.”