The female model who appears in Safra's controversial advertisement said she does not find it sexist, even as women's rights group Aware condemned the ad. Ms Fiona Teo, 26, told MyPaper yesterday that "it's very normal to look at people in the gym", and added that she thought the ad showed a "sense of humour". The controversy brewed online over the weekend, after a woman posted a picture of the ad on Safra's Facebook page on Friday, complaining that it was disrespectful to women. It shows two men working out at a gym ogling an attractive woman - Ms Teo - behind her back. This was slammed by some netizens as degrading to women.