5 Sexiest Waitress Spots in L.A. Challenge Legal Definition of Work Clothes
So Courtney Scaramella didn't want to wear a sexy schoolgirl skirt, so now she's in the news, alleging in a lawsuit that the Westwood bar (O'Hara's) where she was waitressing fired her after she objected to the dress policy in writing?
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Well, Courtney, you might have a case. (The bar says she doesn't.) But you might also have to stand in the sexy-outfit complaint line. Because your former place of work is one of many in the L.A. area that appear to require, or at least encourage, sexually suggestive work clothes.
Here's a top 5:
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5. Geisha House. Well, the outfits here aren't so much skimpy as just awkward. Hostesses wear full-on geisha outfits, heavy makeup and shuffle-worthy geta sandals. You'll get more eye candy from the hot bodies that come here for the stiff drinks at happy hour. But we'd say the hostesses at Geisha House might have a case if they sued for having to wear historically insensitive fashion. (We kid. Sort of.)