How about a lawsuit with those fries?
CBS Los Angeles reports Courtney Scaramella, who used to work for the Westwood, California, sports bar O’Hara’s, is suing the owners after she was allegedly fired for refusing to wear a short plaid miniskirt “held together by a strip of Velcro” at work.
“They just can’t treat people like this,” Scaramella, 23, tells the news channel. “What’s right is right, and this was not fair.”
What also wasn’t fair, according to Scaramella’s allegations, was that electric fans on the bar’s floor were rigged to blow the skirts of waitresses up when they were at the register, CBS reports.
“The fans would blow up the skirts and expose their bottoms,” Toni Jaramilla, Scaramella’s lawyer, tells the network.
An attorney for O’Hara’s tells CBS that the woman quit and that the owners will fight the claims.
We’re still wondering what Velcroed schoolgirl minis have to do with sports.
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