In Utah, a woman is now suing her boss for sexual harassment because of "mini-skirt Mondays" and other strange dress code requirements. Other dress code days he attempted to enforce included “tube top Tuesdays,” “wet T-shirt Wednesdays,” “no bra Thursdays,” and “bikini top Fridays.”
In addition, Anderson alleges that Wright, the owner of Lone Peak Controls and D&L Electric Control Company in Pleasant Grove, Utah, watched pornography in his office, touched her inappropriately, and fired her after she reported the sexual harassment.
"As a result of the stress and emotional trauma of this experience, Ms. Anderson has been losing sleep, seeking professional help and has ulcers," the complaint, filed in U.S. District Court, reads, according to the New York Daily News.
Clearly if these allegations are true, Ms. Anderson has a great sexual harassment lawsuit on her hands. But what is it that in the workplace in the 21st century that bosses think they can still get away with such bizzare behavior?