Saturday, October 14, 2006

News report: British Airways employee sent home for wearing cross necklace

An excerpt from an article published today:
BA said its policy was that employees must wear jewelry, including religious symbols, under their uniforms.

"This rule applies for all jewelry and religious symbols on chains and is not specific to the cross," the airline said in a statement.

"Other items such as turbans, hijabs and bangles can be worn as it is not practical for staff to conceal them beneath their uniforms."
Hmm... I am now waiting with bated breath for the outbreaks of violent street protests and riots staged by Christians around the world, demanding for the CEO of British Airways to publicly apologize for offending Christian sensitivities. Perhaps there might be sporadic killings from this outrage too.

British Airways employee says she was sent home from work for wearing cross necklace, International Herald Tribune


Blogger Joomla-development said...

It is very sad to know that British Airways has sent their employees home because they are wearing Christian jewelries

I think now a days everyone is wearing Christian Jewelry inside & outside office.

5/12/11 6:10 PM  
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