Dress Code Violation?


RICHMOND, B.C. — A server at the Shark Club, in Richmond, B.C., has filed a complaint with that province’s Human Rights Tribunal.

According to the CBC, the server, Karolina Bill, filed the complaint because she feels the uniform she was ordered to wear, which is comprised of high heels, a mini-skirt and a low-cut top, amounts to discrimination and is a violation of her human rights.

The club, and its parent company, Northland Properties Corp., reportedly filed an unsuccessful application for the complaint’s dismissal, but according to the CBC, a date has not yet been set for the tribunal hearing.

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