Business Attire

Business Attire

The City Council of Brooksville, Florida has revised the dress code for city employees. They must wear underwear.

Undies  must not be “exposed,” however. 

Sigh. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.

Also verboten: clothing with foul language or messages promoting drug use written on it, halter tops and other “sexually provocative” garments, and piercings anywhere except the ears.

Something city workers must wear: deodorant.  Brooksville (population: 8,000) is 45 miles north of Tampa, 15 miles east of the Gulf. Today’s weather: 89 °F, Heat Index: 99 °F.

 

Hat tip: OhMyGov!

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2 Responses to “Business Attire”

  1. Jennifer Hess Says:

    I still want to know how hooker/stripper shoes have somehow become acceptable office attire. I’m amazed at how many women I see in nice business suits and spike-heeled pumps with a sleazy-tall platform.

    Deodorant of some sort should be required anywhere. Amazing that it has to be written into the guidelines.

  2. Mike Licht Says:

    Jennifer Hess Says: I still want to know how hooker/stripper shoes have somehow become acceptable office attire.

    It happened right after they installed those dance poles in the staff lounge.

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