A female traffic policewoman in Kenya was deemed too attractive in official uniform. Linda Okello was surprisingly reprimanded by her seniors for wearing a tight skirt to work.
However, Okello made it known that the skirt is part of Kenya police uniform and that it became tight on her, revealing her curves because she puts on weight.
This is a very funny news because most African women have such gorgeous figures. This news somehow made international headlines across the globe.
She was made to understand that she is a woman with curves and that she has a very attractive behind and therefore should abstain from wearing such tight skirts to work. No further action was taken against her.
In Zimbabwe, a female teacher was also deemed too attractive for wearing a tight skirt to school despite the fact that the skirt was long to her knees.
It is believed that the students could not concentrate on what she is teaching them because their attention would be distracted by her gorgeous backside.
After ten years of working as a dentist’s assistant in the Midwestern state of Iowa, 32-year-old Melissa Nelson was fired for being too attractive. He claims she was a threat to his marriage.
Nelson sued her boss for gender discrimination, but the court ruled against her. Justice Edward M. Mansfield said that those firings are not discriminatory, because they are motivated by feelings, not gender. The Iowa Supreme Court in the U.S upheld Dr. James Knight’s decision to fire his female assistant for being too attractive.
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