There was a wild party on Saturday in an Austrian ski hut. Mittens in the Corona Pandemic. Among the guests: Ösi millionaire and “Runstatic” founder Florian Gschwandtner (38).
According to Austrian media reports, the fine ski resort of Kitzbühel was the scene of the Corona party. A party crowd is drinking and dancing, the place is packed. An après-ski party straight out of a picture book – just like before Corona.
Videos of the event on Saturday are circulating online. The start-up millionaire (“Runstatic”) posted one of them on Instagram.
Is he a fool?
In Austria, the number of new corona infections reached an all-time high with 15,419 cases on Sunday. Overall, where no minimum distance can be maintained, FFP2 masks are mandatory. Skiing is allowed, eating and drinking is only allowed while sitting down, après-ski halligalli is also forbidden.
In the meantime he has Fitness app founder deleted the clip and apologized. “These days, difficult times for all of us, it was a mistake after a day of skiing with friends at Après Ski. I’m sorry that I didn’t do justice to my function as a role model here (…)”, wrote Gschwandtner.
The Austrian founded the fitness app “Runstatic” together with others in 2009 and was the managing director of the start-up for a long time. In 2015, the company went to Adidas for 220 million euros. The entrepreneur from Upper Austria is currently on vacation in Kitzbühel (Tyrol).