The Woman Turned Away From Boots For "Not Dressing Conservatively Enough"

8 March 2017, 09:16

Rosie Reilly turned away from Boots job interview

A young woman claimed her job interview with Boots was cut short because she wasn't dressed conservatively enough... even though she wore a high-collared shirt and knee-length skirt.

Rosie Reilly was told by bosses at Boots in Richmond that she wasn't dressed appropriately for the trial at the store.

The 26-year-old says she told the employers she had nose and ear piercings before being shortlisted for the post.

Rosie Reilly turned away from Boots job interview
Picture: SWNS

Nick Ferrari tore into the bosses, saying her outfit seemed wholly appropriate for a job interview.

On Monday, Ms Reilly tweeted:

A spokesperson for Boots Opticians said: “We’re disappointed to hear about the candidate’s experience in her interview and we are investigating the matter further.”

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