Of course he bottled it. It's indefensible.
£75m bonus (think about it) is in excess of £1m per week, that's without his salary.
As alanrwood said, it's capitalism gone mad.
Probably, most of his workers will struggle to earn what he earns in a week, in a lifetime. It's way out of order.
But he's only one of many. The whole concept of bonuses needs a severe overhaul. The problem is, board directors make sure the bonuses are easily achievable.
One thing the chancellor could do Monday week, is tax bonuses over £52k at say 95%, then we might get back to sensible salaries with small or no bonuses. And yes, if that means these greedy people leave and work abroad, no one will miss them.