SOME WOMEN HAVE BEEN SENT HOME FOR WEARING REVEALING CLOTHES TO WORK?
One in ten women said they were sent home from work for wearing an outfit that was “too revealing.”
A survey of 2,000 office workers found 10 percent of the women polled had been sent home to change when their outfits were deemed “inappropriate.”
Outfits considered too risqué included mini-skirts, cleavage-enhancing tops and crop tops. And 28 percent of female workers said they had been subjected to “unwanted comments” about their appearance at work.