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Discrimination based on perceived orientation

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    Chambers v SJ Norman & Sons [2001] ET/1702333/00 (0 other reports)

In Chambers v SJ Norman & Sons an Exeter employment tribunal (Chair: H Parker) has held that it is unlawful discrimination on grounds of sex to harass a heterosexual man on grounds that he is perceived to be homosexual.

Shaun Chambers was employed as an assistant slaughter man at the respondent's abattoir.