Lawsuit: Abercrombie jet crew had to fold CEO's TP, play Phil Collins10/19/2012
We've probably all had an overly controlling boss at some point, but few can hold a candle to the Abercrombie & Fitch CEO. Michael Jeffries reportedly insisted that the male models/stewards on his corporate jet wear boxer briefs, flip-flops, no coats (unless it was below 50 degrees outside) and his preferred cologne, which they were to "spritz" themselves with at regular intervals. In a 40-page "Aircraft Standards" manual filed in a 2010 age-discrimination lawsuit and just made public, Jeffries also specified that staffers were to respond "no problem" to any request, fold the toilet paper according to his detailed instructions and play Phil Collins' "Take Me Home" on return flights. Run, smooth-chested pretty boys, run! [Source]
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Do these requirements seem outrageous?