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Nude women display not discriminatory

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    Stewart v Cleveland Guest (Engineering) Ltd [1993] IT/17090/92 (0 other reports)

In Stewart v Cleveland Guest (Engineering) Ltd a Manchester industrial tribunal (Chair: A F W Woolley) has ruled that the employer did not discriminate against a woman by continuing to permit the display of pictures of partially clothed and nude women in her workplace even though the display was offensive to her. A hypothetical man might well have found the display equally offensive, says the tribunal.