This Woman’s Boss Told Her Headscarf Was ‘Unprofessional’ So She Went To Work In Cosplay

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When June J Rivas’s boss told her that her dress code was unprofessional, she didn’t realize the can of worms she was opening.

“So my boss didn’t like me wearing my hair in a ponytail everyday,” she wrote on Facebook. “Nor my hair in a scarf. “Unprofessional”. Nor my hair in pigtails. “Unprofessional”. So I filed a harassment complaint against her as our contract states “no dress code. just be clean and pressed”.” Her boss countered by devising a new dress code that outlawed all of the above plus a number of other items including straps, hats, sandals, cleavage, “and even (and I quote) “cultural head wraps”.” The new rules however said nothing about Cosplay, so after reporting her boss to the EEOC (Equal Opportunities Employment Commission), Rivas decided to have a little fun. See for yourself below.

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This is the ‘unprofessional’ outfit that June’s boss had a problem with

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So June filed a harassment complaint. Later, her boss responded with new rules banning all “cultural head wraps”

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June finally agreed to follow the guidelines…but not the way her boss expected!

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She started coming to work wearing Cosplay!

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The new dress code never said anything about blonde wigs or contact lenses

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The rules don’t mention anything about the leather or Spock ears either

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“I have come to work each day in an outfit that fits the guidelines,” wrote Rivas

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You don’t mess with Cosplayers!

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