Café owner says female staff should wear red stickers on their period – sending Jackie O into a rage

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Café owner makes the outrageous claim that his female staff should wear red STICKERS so he knows when they’re on their period – sending radio star Jackie O into a rage

  • A café owner wants his female staff to wear red stickers when menstruating
  • He said this is so staff and customers know when to ‘give them more space’
  • Radio star Jackie O slammed his idea for being ‘humiliating’ and ‘misogynistic’

A café owner has come under fire for wanting to implement a policy where his female staff are required to wear red stickers when they’re on their period.

Anthony, a small business owner, went on the Kyle and Jackie O show on Friday morning to discuss the potential policy and offer up his side of the story.

The café owner claimed that he thought female staff wearing stickers was a ‘great’ way to identify when they needed ‘extra space’ as it is difficult for men to know when staff are experiencing ‘women issues.’

‘This is humiliating,’ Jackie O said. ‘We do not want it advertised.’

A café owner has come under fire for wanting to implement a policy where his female staff are required to wear red stickers on their chests when they are menstruating

The original problem took place when a male manager got into an argument with a female waitress and she attributed her short temper and agitation to her period.

When Jackie O asked him how he was going to advertise it to the customers, Anthony said he was considering putting a sign up outside the café.

The café owner also revealed that he floated the idea past his female staff, but they were not keen on it.

‘Men can be a**holes as well,’ Jackie O argued. ‘What do you suggest we do with them?’

‘Men are not as hormonal as women,’ Anthony shot back.

Anthony, a small business owner, went on the Kyle and Jackie O morning talk show to discuss the potential policy and offer up his side of the story

 Anthony, a small business owner, went on the Kyle and Jackie O morning talk show to discuss the potential policy and offer up his side of the story

But Jackie O had no sympathy. 

‘You think women are the problem, if we’re having an off day we’re on our period,’ she said. 

‘This whole situation is ridiculous,’ she added. ‘You’re making a big deal out of only one incident – you need to move on.’ 

But Anthony had another suggestion that made Jackie O see red.

‘What if we put a calendar up in the staff room?’ he asked.

‘NO,’ said Jackie O. ‘I’ve worked with so many cranky men – they are so much worse than any woman.’ 

The café owner claimed that he thought female staff wearing stickers was a 'great' way to identify when they needed 'extra space' as it is difficult for men to know when women are experiencing 'women issues'

The café owner claimed that he thought female staff wearing stickers was a ‘great’ way to identify when they needed ‘extra space’ as it is difficult for men to know when women are experiencing ‘women issues’

The radio show duo then took the questions to the public and had people call in about the situation.

The first caller, Darren, called the café owner a ‘hardcore misogynist with mummy issues.’ 

Bella, a project manager, was next in line. ‘You are the most insensitive d*ckwad ever,’ she said. 

She went on, ‘Everyone in your world is so backward and I hope everyone who knows you is ashamed.’

The project manager suggested asking his female staff if they wanted space or an hour off, but Anthony shut that down because it was ‘bad business practice’ as no one would be able to serve the customers.

He went on to call women ‘hysterical,’ ‘hormonal,’ and ‘difficult to understand’ and genuinely did not understand why it was a problem to use stickers to identify whether they were on their period. 

‘You’re an idiot and a misogynist,’ Jackie O said finally. ‘You’re trying to humiliate your employees and put them on show which is not how you treat people.’

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