Time & Attendance
By Jon Hyman
Jun. 19, 2013
An employee who posed in Playgirl magazine is suing his former employer for sexual harassment, reports ABC News.
18 years ago, Daniel Sawka posed as a nude lumberjack in Playgirl. Sawka alleges that when his co-workers discovered the pictures online, they began teasing him with chants of “Timber!” According to Sawka’s lawsuit [pdf], the harassment included jokes about “his genitals, and a comment about what homosexual men viewing the photos … would be doing while viewing the photos.” Sawka also claims that his co-workers downloaded or viewed the photos during work hours and on work computers.
The lessons here are two-fold:
Also, this story gives me great excuse to share this Monty Python clip.
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