Sara Desrosiers, the owner of the "funky" Wedge Salon in King's Cross has had a rude interruption to her funky liberal lifestyle.
She made the dangerous mistake of being open and truthful to a Muslim woman who applied for a job as an hairdresser at her salon and said that if employed she would have to remove her headscarf.
This of course deeply offended the moonbat, who had already been turned down at 25 other hairdressing salons after interviews. One must assume the proprietors of the other establishments were a bit more street wise when dealing with female turnips in our new mad world. So Sarah is now being sued for religious discrimination from the half open letterbox who is demanding £15,000 for injury to her feeling plus an unspecified sum for lost earnings.
Sarah, who will lose her business if unsuccessful in her defence said:
"If an employee were wearing a baseball cap or cowboy hat I would ask them to remove it at work.Of course her defence of saying that her staff are used to show of the salons hairstyles will not work. Unlike Indian restaurants which can discriminate legally against employing whites as waiters on the grounds that customers like an Indian "atmosphere".
"It has nothing to do with religion. But I now feel like I have been branded a racist. My name is being dragged through the mud."
She went on: "This girl is suing me for more than I earn in a year. "I am a small business and have only had my salon a year and a half. If I lose this lawsuit, my business will fold."
So if you are an employer or recruitment officer be very careful about who you employ and be even more careful about turning them down for a job. Better be safe than sorry. Home grown is always the best in the end. If in doubt check this site here for the meaning of Christian names. Then you can decide whether any applications were lost in the post.