Apparently this woman's bosoms were too large and were a giant distraction for the male employees.
In April 29-year-old Lauren Odes was hired as a production assistant for a business in New York City . On her first day of work she wore a dress and her female supervisor said her outfit was too sexy for the job. The next day the busty girl wore a gray T-shirt and black leggings with rain boots. However her Orthodox Jewish bosses still insisted her attire was too sexy and not conforming to the religious strictures imposed by management. Odes was asked to try "taping down her breasts to make them appear smaller."
From the New York Daily News:
"The next day, Odes said, she wore a high-waisted black dress and boots — the same outfit she wore to a Monday press conference. Once again that didn’t pass muster with her bosses.
Odes said she was given a choice — buy a sweater that comes to her ankles or cover up in a bright red bathrobe the supervisor pulled off the rack. When she donned the robe, her co-workers laughed at her. So she went weeping to buy another outfit — and was axed while out shopping."
The provocative Odes has gotten legal representation from the very litigious Gloria Allred. They filed a federal complaint, but they intent to file a lawsuit alleging gender and religious discrimination. She's definitely no Kate Upton, but if you can't work with a woman with large cans than you should probably only hire ugly, boyish-looking girls.