PALM DESERT, CA — A woman in California is claiming it is unfair that she was turned down for a job at a Tilted Kilt restaurant because she could not fit into their uniform.
I don’t know if any of you are aware of this chain of restaurants, but Tilted Kilt is like Hooters, but it’s Celtic-themed and the girls wear short kilts. The food is also better than Hooters, but that’s not saying much as any public school cafeteria has better food than Hooters.
Anyway, one of the restaurants is hiring new girls after being closed for over a year, and 20-year-old Jennifer Rogers applied for one of the positions. That’s not her in the picture, btw. This is Jennifer — I just couldn’t pass up a chance to post an image of a brunette with big tits.
After making it through the initial hiring process, it came down to Jennifer trying on the Tilted Kilt uniform. They come in three sizes, but Rogers could squeeze into any of them. Because of this, she wasn’t hired and now she’s angry. “Why should anyone have to look a certain way to work at a different place? It’s not fair,” said Rogers.
Nope, it’s not fair that some jobs are based on looks alone but, thankfully for us guys (and girls), it’s not illegal. Federal law prohibits hiring on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. There’s nothing about how fat or skinny someone may be.
The Tilted Kilt’s corporate office released a statement that said the Tilted Girl image is no different than a director trying to cast parts for a movie. “We are screening for entertainers, not just servers. Tilted Kilt prides itself on hiring multi-faceted, intelligent servers, who not only fit the costume, but exemplify a personality that is friendly, courteous and customer oriented.”
I agree with Tilted Kilt 100 percent. I have nothing against fat chicks… they’re great in the sack. But if I wanted to eat where a fat woman wearing ill-fitting clothes serves me sub-par food while flirting with me for a bigger tip, I’ll go to my mom’s.Tags: California, Crime, Jennifer Rogers, Tilted Kilt