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City to Workers -- Wear deodorant and underwear

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  1. Bob Sacamano

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    the ****

    City to workers: Wear underwear, deodorant

    New dress code instructs employees to observe 'strict personal hygiene'

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    BROOKSVILLE, Fla. - A Florida city is cleaning up with a new dress code that requires city workers to wear underwear and use deodorant.
    The city council in Brooksville north of Tampa recently approved a dress code that instructs employees to observe "strict personal hygiene."
    It also prohibits exposed underwear, clothing with foul language, "sexually provocative" clothes and piercings anywhere except the ears.
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    Repeat offenders can be fired.
    The city council approved the dress code 4-1 as part of a wider effort to update existing policies and ordinances.
    The one vote in opposition came from Mayor Joe Bernadini. He said the underwear edict "takes away freedom of choice.":laugh2:
  2. Jon88

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    :rolleyes:

    They shouldn't have to explain that.
  3. Yeagermeister

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    Sucks for you Bob :laugh2:
  4. WoodysGirl

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    I remember when I used to work at a bank in the Proof dept and there was this middle eastern guy who didn't wear deodorant. I realize this was probably related to his culture, but it was killing the rest of us.

    Everyone literally avoided him when they could. He wasn't a bad guy, just smelled pretty horrible.

    Enough people complained that the supervisor called him into her office and told him it was a problem. He overcompensated by piling on cologne, which was worse, but slightly more tolerable.
  5. Jon88

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    I went to highschool with an Indian guy for a few months who believed "God cleans his body." Well he didn't, and he smelled horrible. I saw him a few years later at a hospital and he was fine.

    I guess he got the memo.

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