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He ignored me, went to sleep: Housing.com CEO on Vishal Sikka

June 08, 2015 14:43 IST
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The founder-CEO of Housing.com, who made news headlines for his public outbursts on his differences with the venture's investors and for his barbs against zomato and Ola , has done something out of the ordinary again.

Housing.com chief Rahul Yadav takes a photograph of Infosys boss sprawled across a seat in the airport, trying to grab some sleep. Photograph: Courtesy, Rahul Yadav/Facebook

Who can beat Rahul Yadav in the art taking digs at anything under the sun?

The founder-CEO of Housing.com, who made news headlines for his public outbursts on his differences with the venture's investors and for his barbs against zomato and Ola , has done something out of the ordinary again.

The man apparently bumped into Infosys chief executive Vishal Sikka at the airport and tried to strike a conversation.

Sikka was apparently to stressed out to respond and brushed Yadav off so he could catch his forty winks. In Yadav own words from his facebook account: "Infosys CEO Sikka . When I asked something he replied "I just want to sleep" without listening to the question :D."

That's when Yadav decided to catch the moment on camera and post it on facebook, as you can see in the picture above.

At the time of filing this report the post had already beem shared 121 times and liked by over 1,800 people. However, the 26-year old CEO also got his fair share of brickbats with one netizen calling his action a cheap shot and another indicating that Yadav needed help.

Yadav has been in the news more often than once for his outbursts and uncharitable views on heads of technology-led businesses. Recently, he had dared Bhavish Aggarwal, who heads taxi aggregator service Ola, and Zomato's Deepinder Goyal to give away half the stocks they held in their companies to employees.

 He also made headlines for his outburst against the investors at Housing.Com.

Yadav had reportedly called fellow board members and investors intellectually incapable of any sensible discussion in a resignation letter that was later withdrawn. He also apologised for the episode.

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