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Long hair dismissal not sex bias

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    Lloyd v Computer Associates [1992] IT/46822/91 (0 other reports)

A ponytailed man who was dismissed from his job for refusing to have his hair cut was not discriminated against on the grounds of sex, holds a London South industrial tribunal (Chair: D N Milton) in Lloyd v Computer Associates.

Kevin Lloyd was employed by Online Software as a computer engineer from 1989.