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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:11 PM
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Originally posted by BigBruddah
reply to post by WhisperingWinds
 


Stop baiting him, don't troll on my thread. Keep the debate reasonable please. I agreed with your earlier points but now you are making a fool of yourself.


Funny how you single me out for this, when I'm merely responding to the trolls.

Why don't you pick on the real trolls.

I have tried to keep this thread on topic about what the real issue is on this this whole case, and show others how it wasn't her who called herself "too hot".

Now you are making a fool of yourself for targeting a person who was actually trying to shed some light on the real issue.

Good on ya mate




posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:14 PM
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They are still talking about the topic, you are talking about the poster.. Theres no reason to ask about his/her personal life.



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by BigBruddah
reply to post by WhisperingWinds
 


They are still talking about the topic, you are talking about the poster.. Theres no reason to ask about his/her personal life.


?? hunh??

He's the one who brought it up, by interjecting his personal life into this, and also saying she had a boob job.

Now may I ask you why you are making this personal on me?

Never mind, lets just stay on topic, and if people don't want personal statements questioned, they shouldn't make them, and expect others to believe them just because they said so.

He has no proof she had a boob job, but its ok for him to attack her though.



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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:19 PM
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Anyone care to post some actual facts other than.
Fact 1 - she is not at all hot from what I've seen & due to the fact I have been married for a Long time, I don't have the highest of standards these days so thats saying something.
Sorry girls but if she didn't want her looks taken into account then suing someone based on them, well....

She was hired as a TEMP and only employed for 1 WEEK this raises flags in my book.
Who hired her the same person that fired her? cause that would be odd.
She CLAIMS that was what was said, any confirmation on this? or do we take the disgruntled TEMPORARY employees word as fact theese days?
What was she wearing when alegedly told to wear her boyfriends sweat pants and shirt.
She was a data entry clerk, in USA is this a term used for sales girl cause where I'm from it isn't and you would be buried in a back room not distracting customers/staff up front & centre.

If anyone wants to get rich find a job do a deal with the manager to say do some stuff like fire u for haveing to big a bulge in ya pants that distracts lady staff/customers and some men too. Then go half in your pay day sounds like easy money to me.
Here is another way take a temp job, stay a week during that week come dressed in your partners cloths, then make wild accusations, hire a slag of a lawyer and even if your full of #$@% watch the money roll in cause the bad publicity etc would be enough to make most companies pay you to go away.

Anyone care to elaborate on these embarassing vids of her.

Edit cause I can't work & read at the same time (men doing 2 things at once you know)
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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:23 PM
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Originally posted by BigBruddah
reply to post by WhisperingWinds
 


They are still talking about the topic, you are talking about the poster.. Theres no reason to ask about his/her personal life.


They're not talking about the topic, they are simply stating selfish judgements on her looks. The issue is not about Hot/OrNot, its about an unreasonable case of wrongful termination.
Its seriously grade school, "my dad's tougher than your dad hurdehurrhurr" talk. As the threads Op, show a little backbone and support your own cause and earlier compassion for the woman!
*shesh!*



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:25 PM
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Originally posted by WorkingClassMan
Anyone care to post some actual facts other than.
Fact 1 - she is not at all hot from what I've seen & due to the fact I have been married for a Long time, I don't have the highest of standards these days so thats saying something.
Sorry girls but if she didn't want her looks taken into account then suing someone based on them, well....

She was hired as a TEMP and only employed for 1 WEEK this raises flags in my book.
Who hired her the same person that fired her? cause that would be odd.
She CLAIMS that was what was said, any confirmation on this? or do we take the disgruntled TEMPORARY employees word as fact theese days?
Did she turn up to work in her boyfriends sweat pants & shirt, she didn't seem to deny doing so just wing about being told to wear a robe when she did.
She was a data entry clerk, in USA is this a term used for sales girl cause where I'm from it isn't and you would be buried in a back room not distracting customers/staff up front & centre.

If anyone wants to get rich find a job do a deal with the manager to say do some stuff like fire u for haveing to big a bulge in ya pants that distracts lady staff/customers and some men too. Then go half in your pay day sounds like easy money to me.
Here is another way take a temp job, stay a week during that week come dressed in your partners cloths, then make wild accusations, hire a slag of a lawyer and even if your full of #$@% watch the money roll in cause the bad publicity etc would be enough to make most companies pay you to go away.

Anyone care to elaborate on these embarassing vids of her.


Fact : She got fired because her employer told her she looked to hot, and was made to put on a bathrobe over a perfectly decent ensemble, respectable for her position.

What she has on the net isn't relevant to her doing her job in the the outfit she wore.

If it was , then they need to state those reasons when they fire her.

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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:39 PM
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Fact : She got fired because her employer told her she looked to hot, and was made to put on a bathrobe over a perfectly decent ensemble, respectable for her position.

What she has on the net isn't relevant to her doing her job in the the outfit she wore.

If it was , then they need to state those reasons when they fire her.

edit on 22-5-2012 by WhisperingWinds because: (no reason given)


Sorry I only read 2 links and saw alot of alegations I must have missed the part where her emplyer admitted to fireing her for looking too hot, can you post that part for me CBF looking for it.
I also missed the pic/description of her perfectly decent ensemble although I did ask what this ensemble was?
Yellow poka dot bikini could be considered apropriate by some, I would give it my thumbs up.

"What she has on the net isn't relevant to her doing her job in the the outfit she wore"
Never said it was but curiosity killed the cat ya know and untill I have all the facts unlike some I don't go off half cocked, I start by finding or asking for some facts as I did in my post.
If you can't see that something seems fishy about this whether it be her acusation or the actions of her emplyer perhaps you would like to send me a $10,000 check for which in return I will release to you a $1000000000000000000
inheritance that a long lost relo down under left in trust for you.



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:46 PM
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Wonder if her contract of employment had the 3 strikes policy.
1.Verbal warning
2. Written warning
3. Your out.

Given she was only employed for one week I would suggest not, either way:

To both the apparent jealous employer and the apparent "too hot" employee the following old adage seems appropriate here, regardless whether the employee or employer wins the court case:-

Pride comes before the fall !



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:51 PM
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From this link..given in the OP

(watch the video as well)

news.ninemsn.com.au...

A US woman is suing the lingerie company she used to work at, claiming they fired her for being "too hot". Lauren Odes, 29, claims her supervisor at Native Intimates lingerie told her she was "just too hot for this office," just days after she was hired in Manhattan, New York, on April 24, KTLA reports. The New Jersey resident, who was hired as a data entry temp, claims management told her she should wear her boyfriend's T-shirt and sweat pants.


Can you honestly see anything inappropriate about the outfit she was made to put a bathrobe over?
(in the video)

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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:55 PM
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Pride comes before the fall !


Could you explain to me how the employee's pride came into this? (if that is what you were suggesting)

I don't see her calling herself "hot", only fighting a dismissal over allegedly being 'too hot" for the job, not to mention the embarrassment of being made to wear a robe over perfectly normal clothing at work.

C'mom..they asked her to tape down her breasts??
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posted on May, 23 2012 @ 12:16 AM
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Originally posted by WhisperingWinds
reply to post by WorkingClassMan
 


From this link..given in the OP

(watch the video as well)

news.ninemsn.com.au...

A US woman is suing the lingerie company she used to work at, claiming they fired her for being "too hot". Lauren Odes, 29, claims her supervisor at Native Intimates lingerie told her she was "just too hot for this office," just days after she was hired in Manhattan, New York, on April 24, KTLA reports. The New Jersey resident, who was hired as a data entry temp, claims management told her she should wear her boyfriend's T-shirt and sweat pants.


Can you honestly see anything inappropriate about the outfit she was made to put a bathrobe over?
(in the video)

edit on 22-5-2012 by WhisperingWinds because: (no reason given)


Ok just watched the vid can't see anything wrong with the cloths but also couldn't see a rebuttal from her employer and making someone (a data entry temp) wear a bathrobe seems odd no matter what her cloths were like.
Employer might have a fetish or she could be full of it how do I or you know.
What I do know is the only fact that has been posted so far is she ain't hot sorry but facts are facts.
I asked you for some facts you posted "claiming they " "claims her supervisor " "claims management" and tried to state that as fact well I'm sorry but do you want to send me that check cause it's a fact I have $100000000000000000000 waiting to be released to you as soon as your check clears.
I also got these facts from the OP article.
"claiming they fired her for being "too hot",
"claims her supervisor at Native Intimates lingerie told her she was just too hot for this office,"
"claims management told her she should wear her boyfriend's T-shirt and sweat pants"
"Ms Odes claimed management made her wear a bright red bathrobe to hide her figure."

I see no facts just the claims of someone who is coming across as an attention whore like the lawyer she hired but don't get me wrong if she was treated like this all the best with her soon to be new found wealth if not I hope she never gets another job again ever.
Sorry like I said their is something fishy about this and the 1 week temp employee who probably wants millions is not really convincing me and neither are you.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 12:36 AM
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The employee has alleged.

1. She was told, some days prior to being fired, that she was "too hot" - note "Lauren Odes, 29, claims her supervisor at Native Intimates lingerie told her she was "just too hot for this office," just days after she was hired in Manhattan, New York, on April 24.

What evidence does she have of this claim other than her own word?
Why is she hanging her hat on this 1 comment? and what's to say it wasn't said in a jovial manner as a simple comparison to the other staff members or as a way of making a new employee feel comfortable in her new work place? such as "damn girl, you're just too hot for this office"

2. But Ms Odes alleges when she changed her attire it was not enough, and her supervisor then told her: "Lauren, try taping down your breasts to make them appear smaller."

Again, what evidence does she have of this claim?

So, if she was too hot and her breasts too large why was she even employed in the first place, surely these two obvious physical traits would have condemned her at the interview - not one week later.

In reference to the ninemsn story, where are the employers comments?

Seems someone has got their nose out of joint on this one?

Likewise, if the employer was out of line or simply intimidated by her "overwhelming beauty" then they deserve to get reprimanded accordingly.

So, I will call a spade a spade and will gladly apologise to you if proven wrong upon all evidence being presented.

I hold no favour on either side of this scenario as I could argue against the employer as well. Perhaps being an ex HR manager many years ago and seeing this sort of thing time and time again has made me a little sceptical of this situation - especially when the MSM only present one side of the story!!

NB: I am now a very happy employee so I have seen it from both sides.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 12:37 AM
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Any one who looks to Gloria Allred for a lawyer is some one who is looking for a paycheck, rather large one at that. Mz. Allred doesn't take cases unless she gets some money out of it.

And what makes her hot? The blond hair, big boobs, or all that gunk on her face?
Being fired from a lingerie place because of that? Seriously, come on....

Probably either a poor employee or a personality clash with others.
Later on, all the trashy details will surface, as usual.
And she'll get her 15 minutes of fame and a reality show....



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 12:54 AM
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They have to use the words alleged, until proven.

You have no more proof that it didn't happen as alleged.

I only hope the real truth comes out, because they will use employees, and their fear of losing their jobs in a recession, because of a lawsuit, to lie for them.

I don't think such a high profile lawyer would take the case on if she didn't feel it was legit, and could be proven, but I can't be sure.

Whatever the truth is behind it all, I hope it comes to light.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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Agreed. and please be aware that, like you, I also have zero tolerance for corporate greed, just as I have zero tolerance for liars or political posturing or anything else that is covertly agenda driven, but I'm getting off topic here.

Your comment "You have no more proof that it didn't happen as alleged" is correct because the articles presented do not give both side of the story - when that occurs my alarm bells start aringing.

Other than that, I respect and agree with the other points in your threads.





posted on May, 23 2012 @ 01:13 AM
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me thinks the other lingerie hags didn't like her.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 03:54 AM
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Story seems pretty simple. If it's true she was told to "tape down her breasts" before being fired, it seems like the female supervisor was either jealous about the attention this girl was receiving, or she was jealous of the attention this girl was receiving.

There are plenty of people that get fired for stupid reasons that are just made up to get them out the door.

But come on, if the women actually wore a bath robe to work and was told to tape her tits down there isn't anything that makes sense beyond jealousy.

The supervisor probably said she was fired for being "too hot" thinking it was a nice way of breaking it to her.



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 06:20 AM
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Originally posted by DIDtm

EDIT: After watching the video, I retract my statement. She is pretty hot.
That picture in the original post does not do her justice.
But not hot enough to get fired for being too hot. IMO
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Maybe the boss was a married but sleazy bastard and felt like he couldn't resist but his wife has been watching him...



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 07:11 AM
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awww sacked for being too hot at work?

big publicity eh?

bet we see you in a lads mag within the next two weeks or in a porno.

poor you!! awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!



posted on May, 23 2012 @ 07:48 AM
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I don't get it....she was fired from a LINGERIE company for being too HOT?

Isn't "hotness" a selling point for lingerie? That doen't even make sense.






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