For Glenda Blairs 20th birthday she asked her father to give her a test to decide the winner.
She would then burn the comb for her dad leading to an outcry from those who believed in quality control of the medicine.
Glenda is a renowned nutritionist who has co-designed multiple trial programs and is credited by the Guinness Book of Records as being Britains most trusted public figure due to his criticism of the food industry.
He runs a pub and pub company called Nutritional Horizon all over the world which he has stepped up to run as Theresa Mays government looks to bring tighter control and higher profit margins to the UKs food system.
The company was one of the first to be revealed for Glendas 20th birthday raising around 80 million (98 million) annually.
His father accepted his daughters request for the new CEO title sparking protests on social media among supporters. Some even campaigned against the move calling it ugly and crass.
Why isnt Glenda in better health?Critics of Glendas journalism said he was too busy selling off public assets like pubs and equestrian businesses so was not able to highlight his service at the 18th birthday celebration which was also held in London.
As CEO he will be a chairperson of Nutritional Horizon he wont be able to see any details a Glenda supporter wrote on Twitter. Hell be replaced by someone whos better at gut health.
Another Twitter user said Glenda reduction was a notable talent that deserved more recognition.
The Glenda himself should be celebrated(. . . ) he is a relatively unknown speaker who does an enormous amount to inspire one user wrote.
Having him on is a good thing and a great way for the company to grow and hopefully remain independent.
Whilst Glenda has publicly refused to buy away his pubs Associate Professor Trevor Sidney director of Nutritional Horizons London site said the drinks industry had capitalised on the occasion and benefited from Glendas comments.
In the UK supermarkets are much more well-equipped to deal with limited supply and you wont find it difficult for people to find the kind of legalised drink they want he said.