We live in a multicultural society, yet there are some people who still have trouble “coping” with the most insignificant cultural differences.
For example, a head scarf.
Many cultures wear head scarves in many different ways as a symbol of their heritage.
These scarves are usually colorful and beautiful, and they make the wearer feel unique and proud.
But when one boss told June Rivas that her head scarf was unprofessional, she got the sweetest revenge.
Check out what she did and don’t forget to SHARE this with your friends!
June Rivas works in an office that until recently did not have a dress code.
You were just expected to come to work clean and pressed.
So, June always came to work in very professional attire, which happened to include a head wrap.
To her astonishment, June’s boss told her that she could no longer wear her wrap because it was “unprofessional.”
Immediately June filed a harassment complaint against her boss because her contract dictated that there was no dress code.
Her boss fired back with a new code —
‘”To counter, she issued a brand new memo. We now have a dress code. No any of above plus no straps, hats, sandals, cleavage, back out, lace, and even (and I quote) ‘cultural head wraps.'”
Clearly, June is taking further legal action, but in the meantime, she’s decided to comply with the new dress code… in the best way possible.
June decided to come to work every day dressed as a different cosplay character.
She captioned her Facebook post with “#NeverPissOffCosplayingScorpios.”
Here she is as Fantastic Four’s Sue Storm.
Hey, nothing said you can’t wear a blonde wig!