Betting on The Everest has been suspended as of midday Tuesday, with the revelation the barrier draw has been conducted but will only be made public on Tuesday night via the publicised Opera House projection. "That the people who run it are there for themselves and their mates, but not the people?"
"I'm telling you, I will be speaking with Gladys Berejiklian in about three minutes and if you can't come to the party, Louise, you should lose your job".
Jones had called for Louise Herron to be sacked during a testy confrontation on Friday after she ruled out allowing words or branding highlighting The Everest to be projected onto the Opera House because "it's not a billboard".
He added that he did not believe his actions "qualify as those of a bully or a misogynist but there are clearly many people who do", and that he would be writing to Herron later in the day.
The Sydney Morning Herald reports two of Jones' business partners have horses in the race in question, and a horse owned by Jones himself tried out for but missed a spot.
He later apologised, but the backlash had already hit, splashed across newspaper front pages and news bulletins for days, with about 290,000 people signing an online petition against the promotion.
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The petition's creator, Mike Woodcock, delivered a printed version with 235,000 signatures to the NSW parliament early this morning.
In a speech to the crowd, he said he "feels outraged this has happened".
More than a thousand protesters armed with smartphones and torches gathered in response to the government's decision to project the barrier draw for The Everest onto the icon's shells.
The Opera House did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but has previously directed Reuters to the state government.
"This is one of the biggest events of the year... why not put it on the biggest billboard Sydney has?" said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.