A British diver who assisted in the rescue operation to free 12 young football players and their coach form flooded caves in Thailand last week has said he is considering legal action against Elon Musk.
Unsworth said he was "astonished and very angry" at the attack and asked whether he would be taking legal action against Musk he said: "Yes, it's not finished".
Unsworth added that Musk's mini-submarine strategy "had absolutely no chance of working" despite the billionaire's claims on Twitter.
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The tweets were later deleted. "In our view, your outburst at analysts on the March 2018 earnings call, your ongoing frustration with short sellers and the media, your June email exchange with the saboteur, and your confrontation on Twitter with cave diver Vern Unsworth each raised flags with investors".
He said of Musk that he can "stick his submarine where it hurts".
"I'll take advice when I get back to London", he told 9 News during a celebratory ceremony outside the evacuated gave. "I don't know the guy, never met the guy, and don't want to meet the guy", he said.
Last week, before the boys were successfully retrieved, Thai official Narongsak Osotthanakorn, who was in charge of the rescue mission's command center, said that Musk's miniature submarine was "not practical with our mission" though he thought the submarine was "technologically sophisticated".
When pushed on the issue, Musk allegedly wrote "Bet ya a signed dollar it's true".
Mr Unsworth lives in Chiang Rai. Musk soon started a "Twitter argument over how much credit he deserved for offering to help save the youths", writes The Washington Post.
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Zhao said he believed Musk originally had "good intentions", but that "humanitarian rescues ... are professional tasks so we should trust others with local community connections".
Representatives for Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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The investors went on to say that Musk's behavior was "fueling an unhelpful perception" of his leadership - calling it "thin-skinned and short-tempered".
Unsworth, 63, said he hadn't actually met Musk face to face when Musk visited the cave during the rescue. But whatever. Musk has also been busy trying to undermine reports that he was one of the top 50 donors to a political action committee that aims to retain Republican control of the U.S. House after federal filings showed he donated $38,900.
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