The story led the British TV personality to respond to negative comments flying at him on social media after he was photographed wearing trendy green camouflage cargo pants.
Borg felt it was ludicrous that fans from around the world criticized him for dressing ‘too young.’
The paparazzi photos show the British TV personality looking relaxed and casual as he walked his dogs —Japanese Chins, Olive, and Eli, on a Los Angeles street.
The comments, now deleted, had fans commenting on Sean’s younger styling, one wrote: “#hatethosepants — I don’t like those pants on you, you look a bit silly in them; you look suaver in a suit!!! #Bigfashionfauxpas”
And another replied, defending the handsome Brit, said: “Sean, do not listen to them; you look fantastic for 52. I wish I could dress like that and get away with it!!!! You look cool! #Lovingyourlook!!!!”
A spokesperson for Borg, who is becoming a recognized face in India’s tabloids, Akhilendra Sahu, told Newsbrig: “Sean is 52-years-old and looks great! His style choices appear to have upset some people, and created an enormous divide online with fans.”
Sahu continued: “Some fans loved his look, and others hated it. You can’t please everybody; it is silly, I think. But the Internet is mighty, it is tough to stop this kind of thing for our clients.”
Borg, who appeared on the top FOX TV news show — TMZ, in the USA, responded to the comments, telling India’s №1 news website LatestLY.com: “At least I can pull this look off, not everyone my age can.”
Sean said: “I didn’t understand why people hated this look so much,”
“I think you can still get away with wearing, say, camouflage pants in your fifties and look good…with the right approach, this is,”
LatestLY also announced that Netflix TV chiefs in Mumbai want to meet with Borg, known for the Trivago advertisements, and he has plans to visit India for business meetings in early 2020.
Sahu said: “Sean is planning a trip to Bollywood in the New Year. He has a love for India like no other country in the world, its people have embraced his work, and he is excited to visit early next year. He is thrilled to have this opportunity.”