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Pell v Wagstaff and Wheatley Hotel

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In Pell v Wagstaff and Wheatley Hotel [2000] ET/2801882/99, an employment tribunal found that Mr Pell had been less favourably treated on the grounds of his sex when he was turned down for a job because he refused to cut his long hair.

Mr Pell had long hair, which he wore tied back so that it fell as a ponytail.