A ROOFER who catcalled a mum with “vulgar sexual slurs” as she walked down the street with her young daughter has been sacked.
Liz Alexander, 34, was horrified when a work van slowed down alongside her and a man shouted: “Let me see up your skirt.”
أخبرت الشمس: “I had just left a cafe with my three-year-old daughter and was on my way to pick up my eldest from school. I had my back to the van and suddenly it slowed down beside me.
“A man in the passenger seat hung out the window and shouted, ‘let me see up your skirt’. I was absolutely disgusted.
“I remember my mum being wolf-whistled at in the street when I was a kid and it was just viewed as the norm.
“I don’t want my girls to think this is OK. They are the future.”
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Liz noted the details of the man’s employer, which was plastered across the back of the vehicle, and called his boss.
She said the owner of Chipping Norton Roofing in Stratford- upon-Avon, ويست ميدس, apologised for the “vile” behaviour, saying he was “truly sorry”. The boss told her he had sacked the member of staff responsible.
[object Window], of Milton Keynes, قالت: “I believe that is absolutely appropriate action. Women get this almost every day.
"إذن من فضلك, call it out when you see it. Don’t be afraid.”