Tony E. Clark isn't happy (or hot, apparently). He lost his job as a bartender at Varasano's Pizzeria in Atlanta, Georgia, and now the disgruntled former employee is filing a gender discrimination lawsuit.
Clark says that his rights were violated when his employer, pizzeria owner Jeffrey Varasano, fired him in order to hire "hot chicks" to attract more customers. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had already dismissed the case, citing a lack of evidence based on the information it received.
Let me pose a question: Even if Clark's claim is true, why should his "right" to force Varasano to keep him employed trump Varasano's right to choose his own employees, hot or not?