With temperatures rising to the record high in Britain this year, everyone is trying to reduce the heat. One way to cope with heat is by wearing shorts and half-sleeve shirts. One employee, did something similar, as he wore shorts to work he was told that he couldn’t wear shorts, and the employee abides by the warning by wearing woman dress i-e skirts.
20-year-old Joey Barge from UK got into trouble at work when he was told that he couldn’t wear shorts. He was only wearing shorts because of the heat. Later, he shared a picture of his navy shorts and asked his twitter followers that if women were allowed to wear skirts then what was the case with his shorts.
He told his story that he was sent home only to get his dress changed. He went back home and improvised the instructions from his office. He was angry because he thought that justice was not being served. He then opened the clothing policy of his employer regarding the female employees. He wore woman dress and shared his picture on Twitter, while he drove to work.
However, the matter was not dragged any further. It appeared that the employer instead of sending him back home, this time decided to create an exception for the men because of the prevalent heat. The employer allowed its male employees to wear 3/4 length shorts.
They said it was a bit too colourful and asked if I wanted to go home and change because they were letting us wear shorts because of my ‘protest’ — but I said I was happy to stay,
Well, obviously a win? The guy was wise to raise the protest in the shape of wearing a female dress. Surprisingly, his protest got registered and the employ decided to pay heed to his demands.